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Good luck for the season guys.

Feb 1, 2004
Just thought I would stop by and wish everyone all the best for next season.
I think you will find that there is more football played in this division and less kick and rush stuff, so the games tend to be more enjoyable
There are some big clubs for you to pit your wits against so there should be some good attendances and great atmospheres to look forward to.
It goes without saying our local derbies will be something to relish, and hopefully any idiots looking for trouble will be rooted out and face the courts.
I think your front two of Goater (what a great signing) and Eastwood will score enough goals to keep you up and like us I think you will finish around mid table.
Hopefully our local council will get their arse into gear and support our clubs quest for the new stadium, meanwhile for the next couple of seasons at least Layer Road beckons.
I know you all love to come down and take the pee, but hopefully not for much longer

Anyway remember it is a long season so pace yourselves and tell your boys to relax on the August bank holiday Monday