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Re: Berkhamstead Updates

Posted: 28 Apr 2024, 12:31
by old git
andy wrote: ↑
28 Apr 2024, 10:36
Seamus wrote: ↑
27 Apr 2024, 19:50
From listening to the excellent live commentary the highlights seemed to be the very frequent trains, lost balls (stuck in trees & gardens), a conga, plus occasional football interruptions or did I get this wrong?
Even the conga was the worst I have ever seen. 😂
S
Miserable sod . you’ll soon be eligible for our Old Gits club at this rate 😂

Re: Berkhamstead Updates

Posted: 28 Apr 2024, 13:35
by Seamus
Last year we finished nine points behind Stamford, this year only four, significant year on year improvement?

Target for next season?

Re: Berkhamstead Updates

Posted: 28 Apr 2024, 14:57
by andy
old git wrote: ↑
28 Apr 2024, 12:31
andy wrote: ↑
28 Apr 2024, 10:36
Seamus wrote: ↑
27 Apr 2024, 19:50
From listening to the excellent live commentary the highlights seemed to be the very frequent trains, lost balls (stuck in trees & gardens), a conga, plus occasional football interruptions or did I get this wrong?
Even the conga was the worst I have ever seen. 😂
S
Miserable sod . you’ll soon be eligible for our Old Gits club at this rate 😂
Already there John, already there.😁

Re: Berkhamstead Updates

Posted: 28 Apr 2024, 19:00
by 410viawednesbury
andy wrote: ↑
27 Apr 2024, 19:24
Just returned. Dear oh dear that was poor. I'm going to give them the benefit of the doubt though as the pitch was very bobbily. Nice to sign off with another victory though and it was nice to have all the players show their thanks at the end. How many we will be applauding back on to the pitch in August remains to be seen.
Yep, fully agree. I thought after last week's home game Russ getting all the players in a huddle at the end of the match, , something I'd not seen before, waving and pointing his finger at various points on the pitch we'd come to Berkhamsted and blow them away! How wrong was I ?🙄
I'm sure there will be plenty of changes in the summer. It'll be interesting to see who stays and who goes and who we can retain.
If nothing else the Wetherspoons in Berkhamsted was enjoyable.........they may well have a match ball at the rear of their premises now!