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Daniel Platt

Posted: 06 Nov 2019, 11:07
by ginger dynamo
Has left Hednesford Town by mutual consent.

Re: Daniel Platt

Posted: 14 Nov 2019, 14:45
by piearce9
Who had Bromsgrove in the sweepstake? Think this one might have been expected ;)

Re: Daniel Platt

Posted: 14 Nov 2019, 17:40
by andy
piearce9 wrote:
14 Nov 2019, 14:45
Who had Bromsgrove in the sweepstake? Think this one might have been expected ;)
Great signing for them. Loved him to bits. But I feel both our keepers deserve the chance to play for us and keep improving so am not disappointed he is not coming back at the moment.

Re: Daniel Platt

Posted: 18 Nov 2019, 14:07
by AwayDayYeltz
Where does Platty rate for those who have been going longer than myself?

I've seen

Nick Bussey
Paul Evans
Matt Seargent
Dan Platt
And now Catlow & Bunn.

No other GK's spring to mind, since I started coming, have I missed any - other than the odd short term GK, to cover injuries.

With respect to the others, he's the best GK in that small list, just wondering how he compares to GK's before 2010ish.

We've had some good GK's over the last few years. Haven't we?

Re: Daniel Platt

Posted: 18 Nov 2019, 16:07
by andy
AwayDayYeltz wrote:
Today, 14:07
Where does Platty rate for those who have been going longer than myself?

I've seen

Nick Bussey
Paul Evans
Matt Seargent
Dan Platt
And now Catlow & Bunn.

No other GK's spring to mind, since I started coming, have I missed any - other than the odd short term GK, to cover injuries.

With respect to the others, he's the best GK in that small list, just wondering how he compares to GK's before 2010ish.

We've had some good GK's over the last few years. Haven't we?
Great question that has only one answer. I'll take no arguement on this one.
Danny McDonnell was an absolute legend. I believe he could have played at a MUCH higher level. Gutted when he finally moved on to a then very good Worcester City.
Tim Clarke did move on to a higher level playing many years in the Football League before returning to us at the end of his career as well. Quality but had the odd Rick in him as well.
Any of those in your list would figure highly after those 2 though with IMO Platty topping that list.
In all my years we seem to have been blessed with good keepers though I'm sure some will come up with some exceptions! :D

Re: Daniel Platt

Posted: 18 Nov 2019, 16:44
by old git
AwayDayYeltz wrote:
Today, 14:07
Where does Platty rate for those who have been going longer than myself?

I've seen

Nick Bussey
Paul Evans
Matt Seargent
Dan Platt
And now Catlow & Bunn.

No other GK's spring to mind, since I started coming, have I missed any - other than the odd short term GK, to cover injuries.

With respect to the others, he's the best GK in that small list, just wondering how he compares to GK's before 2010ish.

We've had some good GK's over the last few years. Haven't we?
1. Danny McDonnell
2. Tim Clarke
3. Platty

3rd after those 2 is a very high accolade indeed

Re: Daniel Platt

Posted: 18 Nov 2019, 17:37
by andy
old git wrote:
Today, 16:44
AwayDayYeltz wrote:
Today, 14:07
Where does Platty rate for those who have been going longer than myself?

I've seen

Nick Bussey
Paul Evans
Matt Seargent
Dan Platt
And now Catlow & Bunn.

No other GK's spring to mind, since I started coming, have I missed any - other than the odd short term GK, to cover injuries.

With respect to the others, he's the best GK in that small list, just wondering how he compares to GK's before 2010ish.

We've had some good GK's over the last few years. Haven't we?
1. Danny McDonnell
2. Tim Clarke
3. Platty

3rd after those 2 is a very high accolade indeed
Couldn't agree more.

Re: Daniel Platt

Posted: 18 Nov 2019, 17:49
by andy
Just running through the 'regular' keepers I can remember we've had I'm struggling to find a poor one.
I'm sure there must be though.