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  1. Ref Watch ...... Swindon H

    Well Saturday's decent refereeing performance was very much in line with expectations. I rather hope tomorrow's is somewhat better than expected. Tomorrow's man-in-charge is the dead-eyed Darren Deadman, from Chatteris, Cambridgeshire. He is a civil servant, specifically a public transport...
  2. Ref Watch ..... Brighton U23 H

    Checkatrade - where reputation matters If it mattered that much surely they wouldn't be sponsoring this wretched competition. Well the referee that some of you will, but most of you won't, be watching is the dead-eyed Darren Deadman, from Chatteris, Cambridgeshire. He is a civil servant...
  3. Ref Watch .... Oldham H

    In charge of tomorrow's match with Oldham we have the dead hand of dead-eyed Darren Deadman, from Chatteris, Cambridgeshire. He is a civil servant, specifically a public transport officer for Peterborough City Council. In his eleventh season as a League referee he has notched up well over 1200...
  4. Ref Watch ........ Fleetwood away

    In charge of tomorrow's first ever match with Fleetwood we have the dead hand of dead-eyed Darren Deadman, from Chatteris, Cambridgeshire. He is a civil servant, specifically a public transport officer for Peterborough City Council. In his eigth season as a League referee he has notched up...
  5. Ref Watch ..... Aldershot

    The dead hand of dead-eyed Darren Deadman will be in charge of tonight's second attempt to get this match played. Deadman, from Chatteris, Cambridgeshire is a civil servant, specifically a public transport officer for Peterborough City Council. In his seventh season as a League referee he has...
  6. Ref Watch ..... Preston replay

    Returning to Roots Hall for the second time in under 5 weeks, tomorrow's referee is Darren Deadman, a civil servant from Cheshunt. His last and recent performance against Torquay was not his worst appearance here by a large margin; he showed 9 yellow cards in a staggering display of...
  7. Ref Watch ....... Torquay

    Cards will not be in short supply tomorrow if Darren Deadman's last appearance at Roots Hall is anything to go by. Deadman, a civil servant from Cheshunt, showed 9 yellow cards in a staggering display of incompetence the season before last at home to Franchise FC. As it happens, we probably...
  8. maninasuitcase

    Osei Sankofa

    Our former defender has moved from Farnborough to fellow BSB South team Boreham Wood.
  9. Crawliano

    Memory Lane A nod to last year's unfortunately relegated superstars...

    They were too good to go down and merely relegated because the nasty chairman wouldn't pay them, so with the season go, let's look at each player and how they've done since obviously going off to better things as they were so good... 1. Steve Mildenhall - Millwall, appearances 0, enjoying...
  10. Ref Watch ...... Festive Cards

    Festive cards will not be in short supply if Boxing Day referee, Darren Deadman's last appearance at Roots Hall is anything to go by. Deadman, a civil servant from Cheshunt, showed 9 yellow cards in a staggering display of incompetence last season at home to Franchise FC. As it happens, we...
  11. Andy_S

    Osei Sankofa

    Sankofa has signed for Conference South side Farnborough. I know he wasn't the Zone's favourite player, but he should be playing higher than that.
  12. Yorkshire Blue

    Players let go over the summer

    A rare Saturday without a game gives me a chance to catch up with the players who were released in the summer. Championship Moussa, Mildenhall and Barrett are all on the bench. League One Francis and McCormack are both playing for Charlton who are losing 3-0. They are the only two players...
  13. Brush at Charlton

    Away from all the gossip surrounding various strikers, it was mentioned on TV news that Paul Brush was at the Charlton v Southampton reserves team match on Monday. He must have been looking at someone. The following played: Charlton: Andersen (Randolph 46), Wilson, Brandao, Youga, Sankofa...
  14. Matt the Shrimp

    Bristol City bring in on loan...

    Spotted this on the internet: Sankofa seals loan deal Turns out he was all set to come to Roots Hall on loan last season. Has anyone else heard anything about this? I don't remember hearing about it at the time... Matt
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