York City centre-back David McGurk faces a battle to win a first team recall

David McGurk

David McGurk

First published in Sport York Press: Photograph of the Author by , Sports reporter

YORK City defender David McGurk might need to bide his time before receiving a first-team recall from manager Martin Foyle.

McGurk, the club’s longest servant, is fit again after missing Saturday’s impressive 3-1 home victory over Histon, having limped out of the action with a hamstring injury during the early stages of the 2-1 win at Gateshead.

But summer signing Djoumin Sangare has been given his chance in McGurk’s absence and, having recovered from a minor injury himself this week, looks likely to retain his place in tomorrow’s home match against Crawley Town.

McGurk, pictured, faced a similar fight to get back into the team last season when another spell on the sidelines saw Shaun Pejic seize his opportunity and City boss Foyle said: “It is important that all the players know that as long as people are doing a job and the team is doing well, then there can be no complaints if everything is done fairly in terms of team selection.”

A place on the bench might also be the most midfielder Levi Mackin can hope for after he marked his return from a foot infection with 65 minutes in Tuesday’s behind-closed-doors friendly against Scunthorpe.

The decision to postpone City’s September 19 trip to Luton Town because of a planned political march by the English Defence League on the same day means the Bootham Crescent club are now in the midst of a run that sees them play six home games in seven fixtures.

Having entertained Histon last weekend, City will travel to Barrow after tomorrow’s match before playing host to Kettering, Cambridge United, Kidderminster and Stevenage in consecutive matches.

The Minstermen have taken seven points from a possible nine at Bootham Crescent this season after winning their last two home games of the previous campaign.

Foyle’s men have also only conceded two goals during that unbeaten five-match sequence, but the City chief feels the next five visitors will prove a threat to the run.

He said: “It’s disappointing to have the Luton game called off for something that has nothing to do with football.

“It will now need to be reorganised at a time that might not suit us as well.

“The run of home games could give us a good opportunity but it will be a massive test looking at who we are going to play. Crawley will be very hard and it won’t be an exciting game.

“They are very direct and narrow and have a lot of players in the middle of the park so we won’t have a lot of time to play. They will look to shut up shop and make themselves very hard to beat and Kettering will be the same next Saturday.

“There won’t be too much pretty football. There’s also a bit more pressure on us at home but it would be nice to keep the unbeaten run going on as long as possible.”

City (probable): Ingham, Purkiss, Sangare, Parslow, Meredith, Smith, Lawless, Barrett, Ferrell, Brodie, Gash. Subs: McGurk, Mackin, Rankine, O’Hare, Nelthorpe.

Crawley (probable): Jordan, Rusk, Broadhurst, Collins, Rents, Djilali, Hutchinson, Pinault, Cogan, Malcolm, Louis. Subs from: Rayner, Quinn, Killeen, Barton, Carruthers, Forrest.

Referee: Mark Heywood (Cheshire). Kick-off: 3pm.

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11:24am Fri 4 Sep 09

Sir Alex says...

With less than 2,000 at BC for the last two games, comments like 'it won't be an exciting game' are not exactly helpful.
If we get an early goal then I think it will be a good game and we could get 3 or 4. Hopefully people are back from their holidays and we get well over 2k there.
We should be advertising the mini season tickets more - basically any 10 matches for the price of 8- bit of a recession beater especially handy when we have a run of home matches.
With less than 2,000 at BC for the last two games, comments like 'it won't be an exciting game' are not exactly helpful. If we get an early goal then I think it will be a good game and we could get 3 or 4. Hopefully people are back from their holidays and we get well over 2k there. We should be advertising the mini season tickets more - basically any 10 matches for the price of 8- bit of a recession beater especially handy when we have a run of home matches. Sir Alex
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11:57am Fri 4 Sep 09

Alan Fetish says...

He said the same about the Histon match and that didn't turn out too dull!
He said the same about the Histon match and that didn't turn out too dull! Alan Fetish
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12:00pm Fri 4 Sep 09

speaks99 says...

Sir Alex wrote:
With less than 2,000 at BC for the last two games, comments like 'it won't be an exciting game' are not exactly helpful. If we get an early goal then I think it will be a good game and we could get 3 or 4. Hopefully people are back from their holidays and we get well over 2k there. We should be advertising the mini season tickets more - basically any 10 matches for the price of 8- bit of a recession beater especially handy when we have a run of home matches.
I thought that the mini season ticket had been sidelined?? If not I'm interested in one!!
[quote][p][bold]Sir Alex[/bold] wrote: With less than 2,000 at BC for the last two games, comments like 'it won't be an exciting game' are not exactly helpful. If we get an early goal then I think it will be a good game and we could get 3 or 4. Hopefully people are back from their holidays and we get well over 2k there. We should be advertising the mini season tickets more - basically any 10 matches for the price of 8- bit of a recession beater especially handy when we have a run of home matches. [/p][/quote]I thought that the mini season ticket had been sidelined?? If not I'm interested in one!! speaks99
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12:14pm Fri 4 Sep 09

Sir Alex says...

No, I have one for the Shippo. £112 for 10 matches (can't usually make midweek). All season ticket benefits apply.
No, I have one for the Shippo. £112 for 10 matches (can't usually make midweek). All season ticket benefits apply. Sir Alex
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12:29pm Fri 4 Sep 09

Some old bloke says...

I've just been given a mini season ticket as a gift - very useful since I can't afford to get over for all the matches. It's basically a normal season ticket with all but 10 tickets removed. One thing I can't understand though is mine seems to have 11 tickets left in it. Is this a fortunate error or am I missing something?
Incidentally, the book also includes the vouchers for cup and special matches - well worth having, just in case.
I've just been given a mini season ticket as a gift - very useful since I can't afford to get over for all the matches. It's basically a normal season ticket with all but 10 tickets removed. One thing I can't understand though is mine seems to have 11 tickets left in it. Is this a fortunate error or am I missing something? Incidentally, the book also includes the vouchers for cup and special matches - well worth having, just in case. Some old bloke
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3:01pm Fri 4 Sep 09

OLD - HEAD says...

Dave McGurk will have to be patient, as he may have to wait a while before getting back into the team. Sangare will have to be given a fair chance, it could eventually be Danny Parslow who will come under pressure to retain his place.
Dave McGurk will have to be patient, as he may have to wait a while before getting back into the team. Sangare will have to be given a fair chance, it could eventually be Danny Parslow who will come under pressure to retain his place. OLD - HEAD
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3:37pm Fri 4 Sep 09

AndyK says...

"It won't be very exciting"
Well done Foyle - What a pra-- !!
"It won't be very exciting" Well done Foyle - What a pra-- !! AndyK
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4:37pm Fri 4 Sep 09

Imp says...

AndyK wrote:
"It won't be very exciting" Well done Foyle - What a pra-- !!
It's a fair comment. Crawley are going to set out as spoilers, so it's going to be pretty attritional.
I'd rather our manager knows what to expect, rather than bragging about playing Arsenal-like tipp-tappy through and round their massed hordes.
[quote][p][bold]AndyK[/bold] wrote: "It won't be very exciting" Well done Foyle - What a pra-- !![/p][/quote]It's a fair comment. Crawley are going to set out as spoilers, so it's going to be pretty attritional. I'd rather our manager knows what to expect, rather than bragging about playing Arsenal-like tipp-tappy through and round their massed hordes. Imp
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5:47pm Fri 4 Sep 09

sunlounge says...

Imp wrote:
AndyK wrote:
"It won't be very exciting" Well done Foyle - What a pra-- !!
It's a fair comment. Crawley are going to set out as spoilers, so it's going to be pretty attritional.
I'd rather our manager knows what to expect, rather than bragging about playing Arsenal-like tipp-tappy through and round their massed hordes.
Should keep them kind of comments in house tho,we need all the support we can get. downers like that bring bad morale.
[quote][p][bold]Imp[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]AndyK[/bold] wrote: "It won't be very exciting" Well done Foyle - What a pra-- !![/p][/quote]It's a fair comment. Crawley are going to set out as spoilers, so it's going to be pretty attritional. I'd rather our manager knows what to expect, rather than bragging about playing Arsenal-like tipp-tappy through and round their massed hordes.[/p][/quote]Should keep them kind of comments in house tho,we need all the support we can get. downers like that bring bad morale. sunlounge
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7:05pm Fri 4 Sep 09

Jezza49 says...

sunlounge wrote:
Imp wrote:
AndyK wrote: "It won't be very exciting" Well done Foyle - What a pra-- !!
It's a fair comment. Crawley are going to set out as spoilers, so it's going to be pretty attritional. I'd rather our manager knows what to expect, rather than bragging about playing Arsenal-like tipp-tappy through and round their massed hordes.
Should keep them kind of comments in house tho,we need all the support we can get. downers like that bring bad morale.
Totally agree. What does it take for MF to actually say something positive that would perhaps inspire an some of the armchair fans to take the plunge and visit BC?
[quote][p][bold]sunlounge[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Imp[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]AndyK[/bold] wrote: "It won't be very exciting" Well done Foyle - What a pra-- !![/p][/quote]It's a fair comment. Crawley are going to set out as spoilers, so it's going to be pretty attritional. I'd rather our manager knows what to expect, rather than bragging about playing Arsenal-like tipp-tappy through and round their massed hordes.[/p][/quote]Should keep them kind of comments in house tho,we need all the support we can get. downers like that bring bad morale.[/p][/quote]Totally agree. What does it take for MF to actually say something positive that would perhaps inspire an some of the armchair fans to take the plunge and visit BC? Jezza49
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8:01pm Fri 4 Sep 09

ycfc says...

Imp you are unbelieveable MF should not be making them sort of comments to the press when we need fans on the terraces we all know that Crawley will try and spoil the game but no need to put people of paying £14 for a game that is more than winable! Mcgills must be tearing there hair out!
Imp you are unbelieveable MF should not be making them sort of comments to the press when we need fans on the terraces we all know that Crawley will try and spoil the game but no need to put people of paying £14 for a game that is more than winable! Mcgills must be tearing there hair out! ycfc
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8:26pm Fri 4 Sep 09

sunlounge says...

ycfc wrote:
Imp you are unbelieveable MF should not be making them sort of comments to the press when we need fans on the terraces we all know that Crawley will try and spoil the game but no need to put people of paying £14 for a game that is more than winable! Mcgills must be tearing there hair out!
£14 for a game is nothing win or lose , its about supporting your local team, if i wanted to see good football i would go to watch the prem teams.

its passion for ycfc that keeps me comin back as it is for many of you.

makeing comments like he did , dose not help the none supporters have some faith in ycfc, i'am sure if we was playing in the championship we would have 1000s of supporters people just like to follow wining sides & he should be selling the fact we are winning . ..
[quote][p][bold]ycfc[/bold] wrote: Imp you are unbelieveable MF should not be making them sort of comments to the press when we need fans on the terraces we all know that Crawley will try and spoil the game but no need to put people of paying £14 for a game that is more than winable! Mcgills must be tearing there hair out![/p][/quote]£14 for a game is nothing win or lose , its about supporting your local team, if i wanted to see good football i would go to watch the prem teams. its passion for ycfc that keeps me comin back as it is for many of you. makeing comments like he did , dose not help the none supporters have some faith in ycfc, i'am sure if we was playing in the championship we would have 1000s of supporters people just like to follow wining sides & he should be selling the fact we are winning . .. sunlounge
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8:32pm Fri 4 Sep 09

fewster says...

Posative pr is whats needed, wether he thinks different or not, no one would watch a film if it got a poor write up! COME ON YORK!
Posative pr is whats needed, wether he thinks different or not, no one would watch a film if it got a poor write up! COME ON YORK! fewster
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9:01pm Fri 4 Sep 09

ycfc says...

sunlounge wrote:
ycfc wrote:
Imp you are unbelieveable MF should not be making them sort of comments to the press when we need fans on the terraces we all know that Crawley will try and spoil the game but no need to put people of paying £14 for a game that is more than winable! Mcgills must be tearing there hair out!
£14 for a game is nothing win or lose , its about supporting your local team, if i wanted to see good football i would go to watch the prem teams.

its passion for ycfc that keeps me comin back as it is for many of you.

makeing comments like he did , dose not help the none supporters have some faith in ycfc, i'am sure if we was playing in the championship we would have 1000s of supporters people just like to follow wining sides & he should be selling the fact we are winning . ..
I think you will find £14 is something to do with it in these times when people are struggling for work, my point is if you were on a tight budget and in two minds wheather to go or not then the manager says don't expect excitment you wouldn't go!!

Wish I had your job when £14 is nothing oh and don't forget the £8 each I'd have to pay for my kids there will be a lot more than you think in my position!
[quote][p][bold]sunlounge[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ycfc[/bold] wrote: Imp you are unbelieveable MF should not be making them sort of comments to the press when we need fans on the terraces we all know that Crawley will try and spoil the game but no need to put people of paying £14 for a game that is more than winable! Mcgills must be tearing there hair out![/p][/quote]£14 for a game is nothing win or lose , its about supporting your local team, if i wanted to see good football i would go to watch the prem teams. its passion for ycfc that keeps me comin back as it is for many of you. makeing comments like he did , dose not help the none supporters have some faith in ycfc, i'am sure if we was playing in the championship we would have 1000s of supporters people just like to follow wining sides & he should be selling the fact we are winning . .. [/p][/quote]I think you will find £14 is something to do with it in these times when people are struggling for work, my point is if you were on a tight budget and in two minds wheather to go or not then the manager says don't expect excitment you wouldn't go!! Wish I had your job when £14 is nothing oh and don't forget the £8 each I'd have to pay for my kids there will be a lot more than you think in my position! ycfc
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10:52pm Fri 4 Sep 09

big mobe says...

Yeah its a daft thing to say, Im on benefits as a carer and can only afford to go when I manage to get the spare cash(seldom) and the spare time. At least i dont have kids to pay for. So I suggest £14 is only "nothing" when in a
good position financially.
Yeah its a daft thing to say, Im on benefits as a carer and can only afford to go when I manage to get the spare cash(seldom) and the spare time. At least i dont have kids to pay for. So I suggest £14 is only "nothing" when in a good position financially. big mobe
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4:54am Sat 5 Sep 09

Head of Bomber Command says...

ycfc wrote:
Imp you are unbelieveable MF should not be making them sort of comments to the press when we need fans on the terraces we all know that Crawley will try and spoil the game but no need to put people of paying £14 for a game that is more than winable! Mcgills must be tearing there hair out!
So if he tells the York public via the Press that it will be a fantastic game, one of the best to grace the ground............we will get 4500 inside....answer NO.

It won't make one bit of difference what he says as to how many go through the turnstiles.

If they were planning on going then they will, if they were not planning on going, then they won't.

I am with imp again. Why are people getting so uptight over the statement? It doesn't mean a jot.

The McGills won't give a toss what he says................
.they are only interested in one thing.... THE TEAM WINNING NO MATTER HOW IT IS ACHEIVED.

HOBC
[quote][p][bold]ycfc[/bold] wrote: Imp you are unbelieveable MF should not be making them sort of comments to the press when we need fans on the terraces we all know that Crawley will try and spoil the game but no need to put people of paying £14 for a game that is more than winable! Mcgills must be tearing there hair out![/p][/quote]So if he tells the York public via the Press that it will be a fantastic game, one of the best to grace the ground............we will get 4500 inside....answer NO. It won't make one bit of difference what he says as to how many go through the turnstiles. If they were planning on going then they will, if they were not planning on going, then they won't. I am with imp again. Why are people getting so uptight over the statement? It doesn't mean a jot. The McGills won't give a toss what he says................ .they are only interested in one thing.... THE TEAM WINNING NO MATTER HOW IT IS ACHEIVED. HOBC Head of Bomber Command
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8:30am Sat 5 Sep 09

sunlounge says...

ycfc wrote:
sunlounge wrote:
ycfc wrote:
Imp you are unbelieveable MF should not be making them sort of comments to the press when we need fans on the terraces we all know that Crawley will try and spoil the game but no need to put people of paying £14 for a game that is more than winable! Mcgills must be tearing there hair out!
£14 for a game is nothing win or lose , its about supporting your local team, if i wanted to see good football i would go to watch the prem teams.

its passion for ycfc that keeps me comin back as it is for many of you.

makeing comments like he did , dose not help the none supporters have some faith in ycfc, i'am sure if we was playing in the championship we would have 1000s of supporters people just like to follow wining sides & he should be selling the fact we are winning . ..
I think you will find £14 is something to do with it in these times when people are struggling for work, my point is if you were on a tight budget and in two minds wheather to go or not then the manager says don't expect excitment you wouldn't go!!

Wish I had your job when £14 is nothing oh and don't forget the £8 each I'd have to pay for my kids there will be a lot more than you think in my position!
I apologise to the people who cant afford it week in week out, mabe i need to see the see wider picture!

My old man tuck me to watch man utd for the first game of the season and that was £48 a ticket & you cant tell me all the people who go there each week are financially sound!

my main point was comments like that wont get people to the game , we should be talking about the wins & how well we have played ..

people dont buy things with bad advertising...


[quote][p][bold]ycfc[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]sunlounge[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ycfc[/bold] wrote: Imp you are unbelieveable MF should not be making them sort of comments to the press when we need fans on the terraces we all know that Crawley will try and spoil the game but no need to put people of paying £14 for a game that is more than winable! Mcgills must be tearing there hair out![/p][/quote]£14 for a game is nothing win or lose , its about supporting your local team, if i wanted to see good football i would go to watch the prem teams. its passion for ycfc that keeps me comin back as it is for many of you. makeing comments like he did , dose not help the none supporters have some faith in ycfc, i'am sure if we was playing in the championship we would have 1000s of supporters people just like to follow wining sides & he should be selling the fact we are winning . .. [/p][/quote]I think you will find £14 is something to do with it in these times when people are struggling for work, my point is if you were on a tight budget and in two minds wheather to go or not then the manager says don't expect excitment you wouldn't go!! Wish I had your job when £14 is nothing oh and don't forget the £8 each I'd have to pay for my kids there will be a lot more than you think in my position![/p][/quote]I apologise to the people who cant afford it week in week out, mabe i need to see the see wider picture! My old man tuck me to watch man utd for the first game of the season and that was £48 a ticket & you cant tell me all the people who go there each week are financially sound! my main point was comments like that wont get people to the game , we should be talking about the wins & how well we have played .. people dont buy things with bad advertising... sunlounge
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10:21am Sat 5 Sep 09

ycfc says...

Hobc get out of imps a**se your childish response about 4500 people turning up? Who ever said anything about that? the point not just myself is making is we need people on the terraces and comments like that won't get people back fact! like I said we all know crawley will try and spoil the game but don't go telling people there not going to get value for money!

Again like someone already posted would you go and watch a film that the director of the film has said wasn't exciting? Don't think so!
Hobc get out of imps a**se your childish response about 4500 people turning up? Who ever said anything about that? the point not just myself is making is we need people on the terraces and comments like that won't get people back fact! like I said we all know crawley will try and spoil the game but don't go telling people there not going to get value for money! Again like someone already posted would you go and watch a film that the director of the film has said wasn't exciting? Don't think so! ycfc
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11:59am Sat 5 Sep 09

OLD - HEAD says...

A lot of attention is being focused on an innocent comment by Martin Foyle.
"There wont be much pretty football" translates into "Crawley will not allow us to have much time on the ball", well thats what we expect from Crawley isnt it?. There is no need for people to get hot under the collar about the attendance, I am fortunate for I have a season ticket, but it can be very expensive to watch York City, when funds are low. Floating supporters have to be won over, and it will take more than a win over Histon to do that. Looking forward to this afternoons game and hoping for a good result (preferably a win).
A lot of attention is being focused on an innocent comment by Martin Foyle. "There wont be much pretty football" translates into "Crawley will not allow us to have much time on the ball", well thats what we expect from Crawley isnt it?. There is no need for people to get hot under the collar about the attendance, I am fortunate for I have a season ticket, but it can be very expensive to watch York City, when funds are low. Floating supporters have to be won over, and it will take more than a win over Histon to do that. Looking forward to this afternoons game and hoping for a good result (preferably a win). OLD - HEAD
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2:57pm Sat 5 Sep 09

Head of Bomber Command says...

ycfc wrote:
Hobc get out of imps a**se your childish response about 4500 people turning up? Who ever said anything about that? the point not just myself is making is we need people on the terraces and comments like that won't get people back fact! like I said we all know crawley will try and spoil the game but don't go telling people there not going to get value for money! Again like someone already posted would you go and watch a film that the director of the film has said wasn't exciting? Don't think so!
The comments will NOT turn any one away. They either are going to the game or not, no matter what he states. It will not knock even ten from the gate.

As for the film statement, don't make me laugh. You already know what you are going to watch via film critics. Martin Foyle did not say it was goingto be a crap game. No team in the lower leagues can give us an exciting game every time.

With Football, you either go cos you are a fan or not, and nothing to do with the managers comments. What part of this do you not understand.

If on a Friday night2150 people had the intensions of going to the Saturday game, then that is what the attendance will be even after a comment which does not say York will not play attaking football. He is saying Crawley will come to spoil the game, we have to break them down.

No matter what Martin's comments are, I go to see them win ............and THAT is all I and any body else go for. Not to see a wonderful fat flowing .....4-5 defeat.

So your not going to the game now???

Notice I have not said any personal silly remarks to you...it's easy to hide behind a key board and name call. But I am quite grown up, and don't let those sort of comments bother me.

HOBC.

[quote][p][bold]ycfc[/bold] wrote: Hobc get out of imps a**se your childish response about 4500 people turning up? Who ever said anything about that? the point not just myself is making is we need people on the terraces and comments like that won't get people back fact! like I said we all know crawley will try and spoil the game but don't go telling people there not going to get value for money! Again like someone already posted would you go and watch a film that the director of the film has said wasn't exciting? Don't think so! [/p][/quote]The comments will NOT turn any one away. They either are going to the game or not, no matter what he states. It will not knock even ten from the gate. As for the film statement, don't make me laugh. You already know what you are going to watch via film critics. Martin Foyle did not say it was goingto be a crap game. No team in the lower leagues can give us an exciting game every time. With Football, you either go cos you are a fan or not, and nothing to do with the managers comments. What part of this do you not understand. If on a Friday night2150 people had the intensions of going to the Saturday game, then that is what the attendance will be even after a comment which does not say York will not play attaking football. He is saying Crawley will come to spoil the game, we have to break them down. No matter what Martin's comments are, I go to see them win ............and THAT is all I and any body else go for. Not to see a wonderful fat flowing .....4-5 defeat. So your not going to the game now??? Notice I have not said any personal silly remarks to you...it's easy to hide behind a key board and name call. But I am quite grown up, and don't let those sort of comments bother me. HOBC. Head of Bomber Command
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2:59pm Sat 5 Sep 09

Head of Bomber Command says...

OLD - HEAD wrote:
A lot of attention is being focused on an innocent comment by Martin Foyle. "There wont be much pretty football" translates into "Crawley will not allow us to have much time on the ball", well thats what we expect from Crawley isnt it?. There is no need for people to get hot under the collar about the attendance, I am fortunate for I have a season ticket, but it can be very expensive to watch York City, when funds are low. Floating supporters have to be won over, and it will take more than a win over Histon to do that. Looking forward to this afternoons game and hoping for a good result (preferably a win).
Yes well said OLD HEAD. My thoughts exctl. Blown out of all proportion.
[quote][p][bold]OLD - HEAD[/bold] wrote: A lot of attention is being focused on an innocent comment by Martin Foyle. "There wont be much pretty football" translates into "Crawley will not allow us to have much time on the ball", well thats what we expect from Crawley isnt it?. There is no need for people to get hot under the collar about the attendance, I am fortunate for I have a season ticket, but it can be very expensive to watch York City, when funds are low. Floating supporters have to be won over, and it will take more than a win over Histon to do that. Looking forward to this afternoons game and hoping for a good result (preferably a win).[/p][/quote]Yes well said OLD HEAD. My thoughts exctl. Blown out of all proportion. Head of Bomber Command
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5:25pm Sat 5 Sep 09

ycfc says...

Hobc I would more than happily meet you to tell you what I thought of you don't hide behind keyboards myself so let me know when your next at bc and we can have a chat!

There's no point even trying to express a opinion on here with you and your boyfriend imp never being wrong!
Hobc I would more than happily meet you to tell you what I thought of you don't hide behind keyboards myself so let me know when your next at bc and we can have a chat! There's no point even trying to express a opinion on here with you and your boyfriend imp never being wrong! ycfc
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5:41pm Sat 5 Sep 09

Head of Bomber Command says...

I ok.
I ok. Head of Bomber Command
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5:45pm Sat 5 Sep 09

ycfc says...

Why not hobc?? Who's hiding behind the keyboard??
Why not hobc?? Who's hiding behind the keyboard?? ycfc
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6:33pm Sat 5 Sep 09

speaks99 says...

I think criticising the manager for telling the truth in this day and age is a bit daft.
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I'd rather he said this than it'll be a twelve goal thriller etc etc.
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Come on everyone - a good win and we all support the same side, so lets all just respect each others viewpoints.
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Peace out.
I think criticising the manager for telling the truth in this day and age is a bit daft. . I'd rather he said this than it'll be a twelve goal thriller etc etc. . Come on everyone - a good win and we all support the same side, so lets all just respect each others viewpoints. . Peace out. speaks99
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8:00pm Sat 5 Sep 09

ycfc says...

Exactly speaks99 no one mentioned gates of 4500 like hobc referred to no one said anything about foyle should have said it's going to be a thriller all that was said was with low attendance foyle shouldn't be putting people off coming by say it's not gunna be exciting but yet again that arrogent t*t hobc takes it upon himself to tell everyone there wrong!
Exactly speaks99 no one mentioned gates of 4500 like hobc referred to no one said anything about foyle should have said it's going to be a thriller all that was said was with low attendance foyle shouldn't be putting people off coming by say it's not gunna be exciting but yet again that arrogent t*t hobc takes it upon himself to tell everyone there wrong! ycfc
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10:48pm Sat 5 Sep 09

Head of Bomber Command says...

ycfc wrote:
Imp you are unbelieveable MF should not be making them sort of comments to the press when we need fans on the terraces we all know that Crawley will try and spoil the game but no need to put people of paying £14 for a game that is more than winable! Mcgills must be tearing there hair out!
So what's this earlier comment from you to imp implying?

That imp has no right to his own opinion.

It's there in black and white, and you later contradicting your self.

Do us all a favour.........clam.


[quote][p][bold]ycfc[/bold] wrote: Imp you are unbelieveable MF should not be making them sort of comments to the press when we need fans on the terraces we all know that Crawley will try and spoil the game but no need to put people of paying £14 for a game that is more than winable! Mcgills must be tearing there hair out![/p][/quote]So what's this earlier comment from you to imp implying? That imp has no right to his own opinion. It's there in black and white, and you later contradicting your self. Do us all a favour.........clam. Head of Bomber Command
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8:43am Sun 6 Sep 09

ycfc says...

No my earlier comment to imp was that I can't believe even on a subject like this he was still when the comment is negative he's still trying to tell people there wrong! Hence why I said 'unbelievable' if he wants to disagree then fine but my problem is telling people there wrong like yourself and imp do in most posts

and as for contridicting yourself seems like you dropped to my level by name calling........ Clam hahahahaha
No my earlier comment to imp was that I can't believe even on a subject like this he was still when the comment is negative he's still trying to tell people there wrong! Hence why I said 'unbelievable' if he wants to disagree then fine but my problem is telling people there wrong like yourself and imp do in most posts and as for contridicting yourself seems like you dropped to my level by name calling........ Clam hahahahaha ycfc
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