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Post by Gullscorer » 10 Aug 2016, 12:55

Rowe-Turner (now back with the Gulls) was in this game, the goal scored by ex-Gull Scott Rendell, and the Luton team managed by a certain Mr Buckle, who left shortly after to move to the USA:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=21WniMTBClk
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Post by cambgull » 10 Aug 2016, 23:39

Paul Buckle, currently residing in sunny California, has just signed Carlton Cole. They're going to be in the third tier of US football.

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Post by tomogull » 18 Aug 2016, 22:38

It seems Josh Rees is being linked, or having a trial, with Braintree. Bloomin' shame - I would have liked to have seen him back at Plainmoor this season ....... playing for us ! I see he was an unused sub in Braintree's defeat at Maidstone on Tuesday night. Other 'unused subs' on Tuesday were Shaun Harrad (Wrexham) and Tyrone Marsh (Dover).

Spare a thought for Joe Quigley - out for the season with cruciate ligament damage I think. Bad news and frustrating for any player, but especially for a young player trying to make his way in the game. Good luck, Joe.


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Post by tomogull » 21 Aug 2016, 21:32

Oops !! Meanwhile down in National Leagues North and South, both Fabian Speiss (Alfreton) and Martin Rice (Gosport) conceded five yesterday. Re above post, Josh Rees has signed for Chelmsford apparently.


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Post by Gullscorer » 26 Aug 2016, 18:55

Truro City boss Lee Hodges believes his side's poor home form might be due to away teams spending the weekend in Cornwall. That's strange. I should have thought, since his team spends all the week in Cornwall, that they would be almost invincible at home. And the away teams, having a jolly weekend holiday in Cornwall, would have their minds on things other than football..


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Post by PhilGull » 27 Aug 2016, 14:56

Gullscorer wrote:Truro City boss Lee Hodges believes his side's poor home form might be due to away teams spending the weekend in Cornwall. That's strange. I should have thought, since his team spends all the week in Cornwall, that they would be almost invincible at home. And the away teams, having a jolly weekend holiday in Cornwall, would have their minds on things other than football..
I guess it's more about a group of part-time lads who only get together for training a few evenings a week when they aren't doing their 'real' jobs spending a weekend together bonding and improving their camaraderie.
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Post by SuperNickyWroe » 27 Aug 2016, 14:59

Gus making his debut for Barnsley today. Has got the number 5 shirt too!
Good luck Gus!!!
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Post by Gullscorer » 27 Aug 2016, 20:48

SuperNickyWroe wrote:Gus making his debut for Barnsley today. Has got the number 5 shirt too!
Good luck Gus!!!

Praise for him from Barnsley fans: http://bbs.barnsleyfc.org.uk/showthread ... ost1882030
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Post by SuperNickyWroe » 27 Aug 2016, 22:10

Gullscorer wrote:
SuperNickyWroe wrote:Gus making his debut for Barnsley today. Has got the number 5 shirt too!
Good luck Gus!!!

Praise for him from Barnsley fans: http://bbs.barnsleyfc.org.uk/showthread ... ost1882030
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was there today and he did well. :clap:
looked a bit tired towards the end but hes only been a bench warmer since joining.....
worked well at the back with roberts who of course himself came from our friends Halifax....
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Post by tomogull » 28 Aug 2016, 16:44

Well done, Angus. Nathan Smith is also making a name for himself at Port Vale - good on you, Nathan. Not surprisingly, Dan Butler has embedded himself in the Newport side who also have Josh Labadie and the 'lump', Jon Parkin. Another Josh - Josh Wakefield - seems to be establishing himself in the Aldershot side. Good to see Aaron Downes was on the bench for Cheltenham yesterday after being out injured for much of last season and - guess what ? The Cheltenham match was referee'd by the villain, Brett Huxtable, so he's made it on to the league list, then. To be fair to him, the last time he ref'd at Plainmoor, he had a very good game.


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Post by tomogull » 29 Aug 2016, 23:20

Noticed that Craig Stanley is now playing for Southport. He deserves better than that. Three ex-Gulls players on the Aldershot bench today - Scott Rendell, Josh Wakefield and Iffy Allen. Rendell and Wakefield got on - Iffy didn't. Iffy doesn't seem to be doing too well at Aldershot so far.


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Post by tomogull » 03 Sep 2016, 00:31

Mustafa Caryol has moved from Middlesbrough to Notts Forest (he's getting closer to London) and Chris Robertson has moved from Ross County to AFC Wimbledon subject to, according to the BBC, 'international clearance'. Surely that's cr*p - international clearance isn't required for Scottish players, is it ?


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Post by PhilGull » 05 Sep 2016, 11:00

tomogull wrote:Mustafa Caryol has moved from Middlesbrough to Notts Forest (he's getting closer to London) and Chris Robertson has moved from Ross County to AFC Wimbledon subject to, according to the BBC, 'international clearance'. Surely that's cr*p - international clearance isn't required for Scottish players, is it ?
It's required for all players moving from one Football Association jurisdicton to another.
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Post by tomogull » 07 Sep 2016, 11:51

PhilGull wrote:
tomogull wrote:Mustafa Caryol has moved from Middlesbrough to Notts Forest (he's getting closer to London) and Chris Robertson has moved from Ross County to AFC Wimbledon subject to, according to the BBC, 'international clearance'. Surely that's cr*p - international clearance isn't required for Scottish players, is it ?
It's required for all players moving from one Football Association jurisdicton to another.
Thanks Philgull. I didn't realise it included players moving from Scottish to English clubs.

More updates on ex-Gulls players finding their true level in National South or North. Dale Tonge is now with FC United of Manchester, Elliott Benyon has moved from (relegated) Hayes & Yeading to Wealdstone and has notched up a few goals already and I noticed that Josh Carmichael is now playing for Gosport. I thought he would have been playing at a higher level. There were five ex-United players in Gosport's side last Saturday - Carmichael, Martyn Rice, Ben Harding, Aaron Dawson and Joe Oastler. Fabian Speiss having a torrid time at Alfreton - he's already let in 29 goals.

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