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Saturday 13th July 2024, 12:44 PM



 
So we is in da finool. Da fing ta remember is dat it's a funny old gime and anyfing can appen. I reckon it wool be penoolties after extwa toime, and it wool all be abat oo can keep their botool.
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Do fink Ur rite uh be fair, tbh. Weckon dare mite be twibble wiv da Spanish fans though I oap not as me fort dem days was gone. Behind us. Shame really have ta fink it mite be way of the world deez dies.
posted by John (Guest) - Saturday 13th July 2024, 12:52 PM
 
 
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posted on
Saturday 13th July 2024, 8:17 AM



 
Good riddance Palhinha will be quickly forgotten and never a legend.
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TED- GROW UP
posted by cottager (Guest) - Saturday 13th July 2024, 10:14 AM
 
cottager, well put. a stupid thing to say, and not even remotely true.
posted by craven image (Guest) - Saturday 13th July 2024, 10:31 AM
 
 
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posted on
Saturday 13th July 2024, 7:23 AM



 
Thanks for ruining this message board and posting lies. I rang up for a spell after Debbie left me. The charge was £3 minute and after 15 hours on the phone I gave up. Does anyone know the spell
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Try Izzy whizzy let’s get busy.
posted by Sooty (Guest) - Saturday 13th July 2024, 1:00 PM
 
 
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posted on
Friday 12th July 2024, 10:56 PM



 
KNAN absolute legend, carry on the fabulous work, the little people on here have very little in life
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Cheers dean , have you sobered up ?
posted by Knan (Guest) - Saturday 13th July 2024, 9:21 AM
 
still here dean, after your total trash-talk this week?
posted by HANK (Guest) - Saturday 13th July 2024, 10:16 AM
 
 
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Friday 12th July 2024, 12:53 PM



 
Would take one win on opening day of the season against Man Utd rather than England win the Euros.
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Both are unlikely. I’ve the castanets ready with the ouzo and lasagne to get the authentic Spanish atmosphere.
posted by Paddy O’Doors (Guest) - Friday 12th July 2024, 2:27 PM
 
I have had my mullet permed into small ringlets to which I have applied an abundance of shiny hair gel.
posted by Plastic Pablo (Guest) - Friday 12th July 2024, 3:37 PM
 
Dont like to see ffc lose we don’t normalybhave much luck there just have to bite the bullet
posted by Ipitombi (Guest) - Friday 12th July 2024, 3:53 PM
 
im not greedy , and certainly not a pessimist-BOTH WILL WIN- COME ON BOTH YOU WHITES
posted by very wet dave (Guest) - Friday 12th July 2024, 4:34 PM
 
 
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Friday 12th July 2024, 11:54 AM



 
Fulham in first 11m bid for 20 year old Velez ball play defender rejected
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fresh from newsnow
posted by VERY WET DAVE (Guest) - Friday 12th July 2024, 4:35 PM
 
Knowing Fulham it’s more likely a £20 million bid for an 11 year old. With arthritis
posted by Paddy O’Doors (Guest) - Saturday 13th July 2024, 1:02 PM
 
 
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Friday 12th July 2024, 11:28 AM



 
FC Koln midfield star scouted but no bid yet
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fresh from newsnow
posted by very wet dave (Guest) - Friday 12th July 2024, 4:36 PM
 
 
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Friday 12th July 2024, 10:54 AM



 
Fulham looking at highly rated Dennis Seiman as Rodak set to leave
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Diego Callai of Sporting also being considered
posted by Scout (Guest) - Friday 12th July 2024, 11:23 AM
 
- and brian cottington, kevin hoddy, john hamsher and john vaughan. get back to newsnow, scout.
posted by very wet dave (Guest) - Friday 12th July 2024, 11:27 AM
 
 
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Friday 12th July 2024, 10:50 AM



 
Fulham in for Debast 20m bid ready
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fresh from newsnow
posted by very wet dave (Guest) - Friday 12th July 2024, 4:37 PM
 
 
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Friday 12th July 2024, 10:48 AM



 
Fulham press ahead with 25m bid for Nusa after Reid departure
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fresh from newsnow
posted by very wet dave (Guest) - Friday 12th July 2024, 4:37 PM
 
 
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Friday 12th July 2024, 9:57 AM



 
WHAT IS WRONG WITH THIS MESSAGE BOARD. I thought it was to do with Fulham FC. It is being tarnished with rubbish inputs.
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rob, while the board is free to access, annoying posters like scout, dean, and all the other brentford so-called fans will come on here, spouting their drivel and tell lies about fulham. its because they wont register on their site, or maybe they are banned, which is more likely. i saw a suggestion on here the other day, by mastos, suggesting reverting to a register system. now, there arent many free sites about nowadays, and this one was once one to admire. now, it is full of cut and pastes, niggly, hateful remarks, even by our own crowd, and this stupid, repetitive obsession with luke harris, which has gone on far too long.i believe that drastic action needs to be taken before the whole thing destroys itself. registration could be the only way to restore the board to its former self.
posted by TOM HARK (Guest) - Friday 12th July 2024, 11:14 AM
 
Rob and Hark, the problem is due to the site not necessarily the genuine posters. I have been registered for years yet I am shown as a Guest which happened last year. I tried to re-register but it informed me that the email was already being used. Poorly run site, no moderator and it has been taken over by idiots using different names. No wonder all the good posters have left.
posted by bigboy465 (Guest) - Friday 12th July 2024, 11:49 AM
 
You have made a good point and I think you maybe right.. Thank You for the reply..
posted by Rob Clark (Guest) - Friday 12th July 2024, 11:51 AM
 
thanks to you both, its good to know that there are still some who care about it.
posted by tom hark (Guest) - Friday 12th July 2024, 4:41 PM
 
Rob and Hark, I am afraid it is too late this board will eventually fall unless genuine posters.return when the season start, which I doubt.
posted by bigboy4650 (Guest) - Friday 12th July 2024, 5:29 PM
 
until there is regular monitoring on this site, someone to catch the offenders and delete them straight away, all the really good contributors will not return next month. i agree with you, nothing they post is funny, informative or worth discussing. the question is, unless we all withdraw, what is there to do?.
posted by tom hark (Guest) - Saturday 13th July 2024, 10:29 AM
 
Don’t think we have a moderator any more come ba ck MST !!!
posted by Ipitombi (Guest) - Saturday 13th July 2024, 10:45 AM
 
 
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Friday 12th July 2024, 8:48 AM



 
There are currently only fourteen Wales-qualified players in the English Premier League that have registered a senior football appearance, the lowest number for 25 years. Craig Bellamy has a big job on his hands.
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From what I’ve seen all the Welsh do is sing and play rugby. And fight Zulus.
posted by Paddy O’Doors (Guest) - Saturday 13th July 2024, 1:07 PM
 
 
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Friday 12th July 2024, 7:36 AM



 
We doomed doomed I say Take to the boats We doomed
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The boats have already been taken over by invading immigrants, so it's too late.
posted by ANDY (Guest) - Friday 12th July 2024, 8:26 AM
 
Give it a rest, please
posted by Rob Clark (Guest) - Friday 12th July 2024, 9:54 AM
 
 
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Thursday 11th July 2024, 6:00 PM



 
Danny Murphy or the Portuguese bloke?
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Will said Portuguese gentleman conquer the German sausage market in Munich?
posted by Erik's. (Guest) - Thursday 11th July 2024, 6:05 PM
 
How old are you Erik ?
posted by Francis (Guest) - Friday 12th July 2024, 8:25 AM
 
 
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Thursday 11th July 2024, 11:58 AM



 
In talks with Newcastle after 21m plus 3.8m add-ons bid accepted
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Next will be Robinson & Muniz, hope this is wind up
posted by Nads (Guest) - Thursday 11th July 2024, 12:02 PM
 
of course its a wind up. whatever name scout uses, its a wind up.theres no story anywhere, except in the poor little boys head. shame.
posted by mastos (Guest) - Thursday 11th July 2024, 12:07 PM
 
The fee is around £50m and with add-ons should be a Fulham record. We should be able to purchase a decent replacement for that money.
posted by Mr B P (Guest) - Thursday 11th July 2024, 4:14 PM
 
Yes another one gone ,absolute shambles ,LONDONS SELLING CLUB ,the bees are swarming round us.
posted by dean (Guest) - Thursday 11th July 2024, 11:19 PM
 
Don’t hornets destroy bees ?
posted by Harry (Guest) - Friday 12th July 2024, 7:24 AM
 
dean, you have been on this site with your silly, antagonising remarks for long enough- GROW UP.
posted by tom hark (Guest) - Friday 12th July 2024, 10:53 AM
 
there is nothing anywhere about pereira going. 50 million?- thats more than palinha!
posted by very wet dave (Guest) - Friday 12th July 2024, 11:23 AM
 
That’s not happening
posted by The Real Scout (Guest) - Friday 12th July 2024, 12:51 PM
 
we all know that- tell dean and scout. he wont go to their club.
posted by tom hark (Guest) - Saturday 13th July 2024, 10:37 AM
 
 
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Thursday 11th July 2024, 11:08 AM



 
Liverpool fan on Talk Sport supporting England.
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strange- its usually only west ham.
posted by mastos (Guest) - Thursday 11th July 2024, 12:04 PM
 
 
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Thursday 11th July 2024, 10:53 AM



 
I have Spain in the lottery...what should I do?
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Thought the lottery was numbers ?
posted by Tim nice but dim (Guest) - Thursday 11th July 2024, 10:55 AM
 
GIVE IPPY THE TICKET HE WILL GIVE YOUA FIVER
posted by Ipotombi (Guest) - Thursday 11th July 2024, 11:22 AM
 
 
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Thursday 11th July 2024, 10:41 AM



 
So Palhinha, as now officially departed to Bayern Munich, and I would like to thank him for his huge efforts on behalf of our beloved Fulham, and personally I would like to wish him all the luck in the world in his new venture, and thank him for playing his heart out for us. Now we come to the serious part of the transfer, and just who we are going to spend the money on, to strengthen our side. There have been so many names banded about, but nothing official so far. I will be very surprised if we manage to Get Emile Smith Rowe from Arsenal, as I feel that he is reluctant to join us, as he doesn't consider us good enough for his talents. The next couple of weeks will see just where we are going, and are we being serious about being a very good Premier League club, or will we let this opportunity slip away again.
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Agree. It must be said Marco has transformed yet another individual into a top player.
posted by Dellers (Guest) - Thursday 11th July 2024, 12:01 PM
 
brian, nothing will happen until next week, when the euros are done. too many rumours are repeated on here mostly from newsnow- scout lives off them. i am sure that marco has listed his players , its just that too many on here are too impatient, and it was the same last year. the new signings will come, theres plenty of room for them.
posted by tom hark (Guest) - Thursday 11th July 2024, 12:25 PM
 
 
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Thursday 11th July 2024, 7:27 AM



 
Nice one Oli, nice one son, nice one Oli let's have another one.
 
 
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Thursday 11th July 2024, 5:37 AM



 
AC Milan have registered their interest in signing Fulham’s Scottish under-21 international defender Ibane Bowat, according to the Athletic’s Peter Rutzler. The talented centre half, who has been with the Whites since making the switch from Stamford Bridge in the summer of 2017, has impressed in two loan spells in continental football after helping Steve Wigley’s side win promotion back to the PL2 top flight. The 21 year-old made sixteen appearances for Dutch second tier side den Bosch in 2022/23 before having an outstanding season with Austria’s TSV Hartberg last year. The Austrians, for whom Bowat played 34 times, were interested in making the move permanent but a deal hasn’t materialised. Bowat has a year left on his current Craven Cottage contract, with Fulham holding a year’s extension option.
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Care factor?
posted by The Real Ted (Guest) - Thursday 11th July 2024, 8:17 AM
 
We only take the old and infirm so why should we be interested in our own youth. Why don't we employ old Joe Biden to our scouting staff, about the age of Talbot.
posted by Old un (Guest) - Thursday 11th July 2024, 9:47 AM
 
 
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Wednesday 10th July 2024, 9:03 PM



 
Murphy is a Fulham legend, Palhinha can’t even lace his boots
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Totally agree. A legend.
posted by Paddy O’Doors (Guest) - Wednesday 10th July 2024, 9:15 PM
 
Harris is a legend even lacing boots
posted by Bet4fred (Guest) - Wednesday 10th July 2024, 10:07 PM
 
The usual bollox from Snout. Murphy at FFC wasn't half the player Palinha is/was. Got lucky with a goal once but beyond that not much.
posted by Ted (Guest) - Wednesday 10th July 2024, 10:15 PM
 
Murphy twice the player.
posted by Colin (Guest) - Wednesday 10th July 2024, 10:42 PM
 
O'Doors in a previous post you were whinging about our Danny...
posted by HBD. (Guest) - Thursday 11th July 2024, 4:14 AM
 
palinha our best signing for years. murphy good , but not in comparison with jp
posted by mostos (Guest) - Thursday 11th July 2024, 11:51 AM
 
Sorry if Murphy was that good probably Liverpool would have kept him or another big club such as Bayern would have taken him ... sorry to disappoint you guys ... as we can see Palhinha is 10 x better and is going to Bayern Munich a team in a higher raking than ours beloved Fulham !
posted by Morpheus The God of Dreams and Sleep (Guest) - Thursday 11th July 2024, 1:36 PM
 
If JP was that good a top 6 team in this country would have bid for him but they didn’t so off he goes to warm the bench in a 2nd rate German league !
posted by Colin (Guest) - Thursday 11th July 2024, 2:24 PM
 
Absolutely useless. We should sell him.
posted by Paddy O’Doors (Guest) - Thursday 11th July 2024, 3:23 PM
 
People here makes me laugh ... for those who do not know ... Bayern Munich has 6 titles in the European Cup/UEFA Champions League 1973–74, 1974–75, 1975–76, 2000–01, 2012–13, 2019–20
posted by Morpheus The God of Dreams and Sleep (Guest) - Thursday 11th July 2024, 4:40 PM
 
Same as Liverpool! German league mot very good .
posted by Scouse (Guest) - Thursday 11th July 2024, 5:03 PM
 
German league useless, we should sell it.
posted by Paddy O’Doors (Guest) - Thursday 11th July 2024, 7:21 PM
 
 
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Wednesday 10th July 2024, 8:22 PM



 
So 2 dopey women pitchside,Irishman in the studio,Scotsman co commentating and a women expert referee what a joke ITV appalling
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There’s a gay dwarf under the desk too, that’s why they’re standing up. Speaking of deviants in this bright new labour era, Danny Murphy’s legs had gone by the time he got to Fulham. He wasn’t great prior to that either, journeyman in two poor Spurs and Liverpool teams. He’s a crap pundit too. Don’t think even the dwarf would entertain him.
posted by Paddy O’Doors (Guest) - Wednesday 10th July 2024, 9:14 PM
 
But still good at Fulham...
posted by Pat O'Drawers. (Guest) - Thursday 11th July 2024, 5:39 AM
 
What was so annoying was having that Scottish warbling through a mouthful of marbles.Its England's game let's have no on but experienced plain speaking English and no no nothing women.
posted by Cottager (Guest) - Thursday 11th July 2024, 9:53 AM
 
Let’s hope bbc get the final can’t stand the Scotsmen as for the pitchside pre match and the American var. lady god help us
posted by Ipiyombi (Guest) - Thursday 11th July 2024, 11:30 AM
 
sorry to disappoint you ips, but the final is on both channels, and was part of the deal, not match by match, as you seem to think. its just a question of who will have the best panel on the night, but if there are any females on either of them, there will be an uproar. you only had to look at keane the other day to see what he thinks of it.
posted by tom hark (Guest) - Thursday 11th July 2024, 11:59 AM
 
Ally McCoist best football pundit / commentator by a mile !
posted by Bob (Guest) - Thursday 11th July 2024, 1:04 PM
 
McCoist is rubbish. Sooner we let him leave the better.,
posted by Paddy O’Doors (Guest) - Thursday 11th July 2024, 3:24 PM
 
Thought it might be still no adverts on bbc don’t think they have female pitch side preamble and we are spared the Scotsman still got keane rather like his style not sure he’s keen on England. But to be fair dont think heskeen on anything with two legs ! by the way have nothing against female pundits and. Commentators just prefer to listen to males they tend not to squeal so much sorry to offend the modern. Males among you that feel you have to have the token female on board I’ve always been of the opinion of the. Best person gets the. Job and the only that springs to mind is the one on soccer satuday
posted by Ipitombi (Guest) - Saturday 13th July 2024, 11:06 AM
 
 
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Wednesday 10th July 2024, 9:52 AM



 
Hello Guys, I was thinking to invite my girlfriend to see England vs Netherlands however as England always lose when they face half decent team I am wondering if is a better idea to invite her to watch some movies ... any movie suggestions guys ? As usual please no porno movie as she is very decent and serious woman actually she does not tolerates certain things in bed ! Thanks again Leonardo, for my friends just Leo is ok !
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Pop your clogs off and watch the film.
posted by Dazo. (Guest) - Wednesday 10th July 2024, 11:18 AM
 
Anything but one of your films cos yours are all crap.
posted by Vic (Guest) - Wednesday 10th July 2024, 12:51 PM
 
Leo , you sick fekker , what exactly is your point with these childish posts ? Some sort of kick ? You need sorting out .
posted by Colin (Guest) - Wednesday 10th July 2024, 5:24 PM
 
Is or In?
posted by Gunther the arse rimmer (Guest) - Wednesday 10th July 2024, 7:18 PM
 
Don’t forget the puncture kit in case you get a bit eager Leo me old fruitcake. Reminds of the time I ordered a blowup doll and when it arrived it was male. I sent it back and complained. Apparently it was a girl but I had it inside out.
posted by Paddy O’Doors (Guest) - Wednesday 10th July 2024, 9:07 PM
 
 
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Wednesday 10th July 2024, 6:46 AM



 
Yamal vs Harris. Discuss
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Who ? What ? Why ?
posted by Jim (Guest) - Wednesday 10th July 2024, 7:15 AM
 
Both knobs
posted by The Real Ted (Guest) - Wednesday 10th July 2024, 9:15 AM
 
Ted ... what is wrong with you ? well lets also discuss Pele' vs Tom Cairney
posted by Morpheus The God of Dreams and Sleep (Guest) - Wednesday 10th July 2024, 9:16 AM
 
The only knob is you The real Ted
posted by Morpheus The God of Dreams and Sleep (Guest) - Wednesday 10th July 2024, 9:29 AM
 
What about Jeff Hopkins?
posted by Memphis the God of Wets. (Guest) - Wednesday 10th July 2024, 9:53 AM
 
Memphis , what about the Bozo the clown
posted by Francis (Guest) - Wednesday 10th July 2024, 12:12 PM
 
jeff hopkins was an okay right back, but was never a central defender. he got caught out so many times in the middle. i remember he got roasted by david speedie at the bridge. now there was a striker.
posted by mastos (Guest) - Wednesday 10th July 2024, 3:27 PM
 
a nice piece of nostalgia there. from the days when the game was worth watching and the programme was worth reading, not so much now.
posted by tom hark (Guest) - Wednesday 10th July 2024, 3:41 PM
 
Harris who?
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Tuesday 09th July 2024, 4:07 PM



 
Talk of Joao Palhinoa going to Bayer Munchen for £42 mill seems a bit at odds when you consider Everton are asking £70 mill from United for Jarrad Branthwaite. This on off transfer is starting to look really stupid, he wants to go but signed a new contract, what is it with him? He was good, but he didn't play that well in the second half of the last season. We need to get another goalkeeper, two new defenders up to the pressure of playing week in week out in the Premiership, an midfield General like Danny Murphy or Alan Mullery someone who could their authority on a game and a premier league striker- Ivan Toney springs to be (l'd bet on him to be one of the leading scorers next season). We do NOT need anymore players who have to hop off to the African Nations Cup every two years, they are disuptive.
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Danny Murphy was more a Corporal Jones than a general.
posted by Paddy O’Doors (Guest) - Tuesday 09th July 2024, 4:10 PM
 
Think Mullerys a bit too old
posted by Chief (Guest) - Tuesday 09th July 2024, 5:12 PM
 
O'Doors...Danny was our midfield General.
posted by Walkinstown Pat. (Guest) - Tuesday 09th July 2024, 6:24 PM
 
Go to many games?
posted by Paddy O’Doors (Guest) - Tuesday 09th July 2024, 7:37 PM
 
Ha! Ha! Bitch!
posted by W.P. (Guest) - Tuesday 09th July 2024, 8:09 PM
 
Murphy was a far better all round midfielder than Palhinha ….no doubt whatsoever
posted by Scout (Guest) - Tuesday 09th July 2024, 8:35 PM
 
Exactly Scout! Danny had no pace,but marshalled the team well from midfield.
posted by W.P. (First Attended C.C. 29.10.1966. (Guest) - Tuesday 09th July 2024, 9:06 PM
 
toney would know all about betting, rich. who is he going to be leading scorer for?. keep your money in your pocket.
posted by mastos (Guest) - Wednesday 10th July 2024, 11:06 AM
 
scout, murphy was as different type of player, and as you are brentford anyway, whats it to you?
posted by TOM HARK (Guest) - Wednesday 10th July 2024, 11:29 AM
 
Comparing Danny Murphy with Palhinha ? lol Palhinha is just 10 x better .... that is why he is going to Bayern Munich
posted by Morpheus The God of Dreams and Sleep (Guest) - Wednesday 10th July 2024, 1:29 PM
 
Murphy a far better player .
posted by Colin (Guest) - Wednesday 10th July 2024, 5:26 PM
 
Murphy top player at Liverpool who are better than Bayern, Murphy better creative passer, better organiser in midfield than Palhinha
posted by Scout (Guest) - Wednesday 10th July 2024, 9:01 PM
 
- and so was wayne kerrins.do shut up scout.
posted by tom hark (Guest) - Thursday 11th July 2024, 12:02 PM
 
People here makes me laugh ... for those who do not know ... Bayern Munich has 6 titles in the European Cup/UEFA Champions League 1973–74, 1974–75, 1975–76, 2000–01, 2012–13, 2019–20
posted by Morpheus The God of Dreams and Sleep (Guest) - Thursday 11th July 2024, 4:45 PM
 
Yes the Johan Cruyff Bayern team was a joy to behold, toenail football, they called it because the ball was always played to feet. Der Bomber , Beckenbaur, on the wing. Heydrich pulling the strings at the back. Happy days.
posted by Paddy O’Doors (Guest) - Thursday 11th July 2024, 8:54 PM
 
 
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Tuesday 09th July 2024, 12:06 PM



 
biden v trump- will it REALLY happen?. surely neither could stand, both looked totally shot away at that debate last week!
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Ronald...are you the son of Biden?
posted by Yankee Doodles. (Guest) - Tuesday 09th July 2024, 1:09 PM
 
yankee, i cant be, im only 98.
posted by RONALD RAY -GUN (Guest) - Tuesday 09th July 2024, 1:20 PM
 
Plus the special relationship...
posted by Old Grits. (Guest) - Tuesday 09th July 2024, 3:33 PM
 
You may laugh but seeing what happened today is depressing. Miliband - a man who has never had a real job, a man who was defeated by the complexity of eating a bacon sandwich, someone whose family came to this country then instead of being grateful immediately continued working to push for communism and their sons worked for the anti-British Labour party... that man within a week exercising power in the ruthless, hate-filled way of the Soviet Commissar is blocking any new oil and gas drilling. Be under no illusion - we will still need oil and gas. We will now import more. This costs us money and wrecks lives and businesses for no environmental gain - there is literally no upside to this unless you hate Britain and want to see people in other countries, including Russia, earn money extracting oil and gas and selling it to us. Businessmen who were literally trying to invest in our country - hung out to dry. Decent working men who wanted a job working in the area - hung out to dry Working class families having their dreams undermined so Miliband can tell them we can just import oil instead. All so this - shall we put it politely - rootless man Miliiband can pander to his WEF overlords and push his anti-British agenda.
posted by Paddy O’Doors (Guest) - Thursday 11th July 2024, 8:59 PM
 
 
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Tuesday 09th July 2024, 11:56 AM



 
With Mr Bellamy taking the reins at Wales FC...will Luke Harris be in line for the Welsh captaincy?
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NO !
posted by Bob (Guest) - Tuesday 09th July 2024, 2:05 PM
 
absolutely, totally, completely and utterly---NO!!!
posted by tom hark (Guest) - Wednesday 10th July 2024, 11:25 AM
 
 
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Tuesday 09th July 2024, 9:27 AM



 
Lets face ! England just reach so far because of luck draw nothing to do with the football played once we meet a half decent team ... we are out and the sad part that has been like that for the past 3 or 4 tournaments one thing I must say Gary is very luck with the draws !!!
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gary who?
posted by twister (Guest) - Tuesday 09th July 2024, 11:20 AM
 
 
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Monday 08th July 2024, 11:16 PM



 
I am delighted to announce Craig Bellamy is expected to be named the new Wales manager on Tuesday. It's understood that Bellamy will succeed Rob Page - who was sacked last month - after turning down the opportunity to stay at Burnley under new Clarets boss Scott Parker. Bellamy, 44, is a former Wales skipper who won 78 caps for his country between 1998 and 2013. The Football Association of Wales were open to the idea of appointing their first non-Welsh manager since 1999 after ending Page's three-and-a-half-year reign in the wake of failing to qualify for Euro 2024. Former France forward Thierry Henry and Georgia boss Willy Sagnol were among those linked with the position. But it is understood that Bellamy - who just lost out on the job in 2017 when Ryan Giggs was appointed - impressed the FAW hierarchy when he was interviewed in the north of England last week. Bellamy has spent the last two seasons at Burnley, where he worked as number two to Vincent Kompany. He was put in interim charge after Kompany left for Bayern Munich in May and Parker said on Monday that he wanted the Welshman to stay on his coaching staff at Turf Moor. But Bellamy has decided to return home to Wales, with only a couple of minor points to be ironed out before the FAW announce his appointment on Tuesday. Bellamy began his coaching career in the academy of hometown club Cardiff and served as Kompany's assistant at Anderlecht and then Burnley. Wales return to action with a Nations League home tie against Turkey on September 6 before heading to Montenegro three days late
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The first thing Bellamy will do is have Luke Harris in Bale’s old number 11 shirt and he be played in the Welsh seniors first team for the nation league games in September. I can’t wait to see this will have many sleepless nights waiting for the day
posted by Pete (Guest) - Tuesday 09th July 2024, 6:27 AM
 
Golf club ring a bell ?
posted by Jim (Guest) - Tuesday 09th July 2024, 6:58 AM
 
No.. bell ringers do
posted by Bell ringer (Guest) - Tuesday 09th July 2024, 9:42 AM
 
You've never played crazy golf then ?
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Hello Guys, I was thinking to invite my girlfriend to see England vs Netherlands however as England always loose when they face half decent team I am wondering if is a better idea to invite her to watch some movies ... any movie suggestions guys ? As usual please no porno movie as she is very decent and serious woman actually she does not tolerates certain things in bed ! Thanks again Leonardo, for my friends just Leo is ok !
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She likes a good yank then .
posted by Jim (Guest) - Monday 08th July 2024, 7:37 PM
 
Will LOOSE ? Typical Yank .
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Hello Guys, I was thinking to invite my girlfriend to see England vs Netherlands however as England always lose when they face half decent team I am wondering if is a better idea to invite her to watch some movies ... any movie suggestions guys ? As usual please no porno movie as she is very decent and serious woman actually she does not tolerates certain things in bed ! Thanks again Leonardo, for my friends just Leo is ok !
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Could get a film with dick van dyke in you never know she might change her mind and would like to watch the game
posted by Ipitombi (Guest) - Monday 08th July 2024, 10:14 PM
 
Morphine/Leonardo, whose dad made one heck of a tool.
posted by Paddy O’Doors (Guest) - Monday 08th July 2024, 11:03 PM
 
tombi and Paddy I was missing you guys !
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So it's the same old tired transfer policy at Ffc. Someone needs to remind the Khan's that the season starts in August.
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Has Alan Mullery still got he's football boots?
posted by Turlough O'C (Guest) - Monday 08th July 2024, 1:12 PM
 
It's all about the glorious Riverside stand...
posted by Pet Project. (Guest) - Monday 08th July 2024, 1:15 PM
 
I've got my trunks ready for next season.
posted by HBD. (Guest) - Monday 08th July 2024, 1:43 PM
 
Palhinha money will be invested in the same bond as Mitro money’s or FFC can invest in gold is up to you guys !
posted by Swiss banker (Guest) - Monday 08th July 2024, 2:59 PM
 
Mr Khan has he's project... Will Tony Jnr get a new leather jacket?
posted by Thames Bank Traveller. (Guest) - Monday 08th July 2024, 3:32 PM
 
what a grumpy bunch you all are. cottage pie, go back to your vegetables.
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Next season, for the first time in the WSL’s 13-year history, every club in the top division of the English women’s game will be affiliated to a men’s Premier League team. It didn’t take long, did it? From starting off as a division which saw Lincoln finish fourth and Birmingham City as runners-up, the makeup of the division has been already transformed completely with Premier League brands. To some football purists, perhaps, this looming landmark will have seemed inevitable for years, and will represent a gradual and somewhat depressing mirroring of the men’s game; alas, the days when long-established women’s teams such as Doncaster Rovers Belles could challenge for major honours seem long gone. If you found it refreshing that Yeovil Town could reach the top flight – they were in the WSL as recently as 2019 – then presumably this makes you rather gloomy. To others, warmly welcoming investment in the women’s game from the richer clubs, this moment actually will be a positive sign, now that more and more top-flight men’s teams have been starting to take the women’s game seriously. There can be no doubt that cash injections from Premier League clubs have helped the women’s game take some enormous strides in professionalism, on and off the pitch. Yet, wherever your heart lies in that debate, something else is true: just because all 12 WSL teams are now linked to men’s Premier League clubs, that certainly doesn’t mean that every Premier League club is funding a full-time women’s team. Far from it. Some of the others aren’t too far off the top level, theoretically. In the Championship, Southampton finished fourth last term, just seven points off promotion to the WSL, while newly promoted Newcastle have reached the second tier for the first time. Nottingham Forest, Wolves and Ipswich are all top-half sides in tier three, and all three narrowly missed out on promotion to the Championship in the 2022-23 campaign, albeit they all dropped off the pace slightly last term, and in Ipswich’s case, as their men have only just returned to the top tier after a 22-year absence, it doesn’t seem fair to judge their investment in the women’s team in the same way as more longstanding Premier League member clubs. By division for the 2024-25 season Tier One WSL: Arsenal, Aston Villa, Brighton, Chelsea, Crystal Palace, Everton, Leicester, Liverpool, Manchester City, Manchester United, Tottenham, West Ham Tier Two Championship: Newcastle, Southampton Tier Three National League Northern/Southern Premier Division: Nottingham Forest (northern), Wolves (northern), Ipswich (southern) Tier Four National League Division One South West: Bournemouth Tier Five London and South East Regional Premier Division: Fulham Tier Six London and South East Regional Division One North: Brentford There are, however, three men’s Premier League-affiliated women’s teams still languishing in tiers four, five and six of the pyramid, with Brentford in tier six ultimately being the lowest-ranked women’s club linked to a Premier League team. Bournemouth and Fulham in tiers four and five respectively are playing catch-up too, and all three clubs might well be a touch embarrassed that Hashtag United are among the clubs flying high in tier three with a more-developed women’s side. Nevertheless, even at lower levels, passion for the women’s game among senior club staff appears to be growing, and it might not be long before all the remaining Premier League brands are competing in the upper echelons of women’s football too. Especially because, in recent years, the aforementioned trio of Bournemouth, Fulham and Brentford have all been somewhat hindered by what lots of lower-league clubs feel are bottlenecks in the pyramid, because of the lower leagues’ one-up, one-down promotion and relegation system. Bournemouth, in tier four, for example, went unbeaten throughout last season but even that was not enough for promotion, with Exeter City pipping them by two points. Playing in tier four still represents a huge improvement on where Bournemouth were eight years ago, though, when they were in the third tier of their local county league on park pitches with only friends and family spectating. More recently the women’s team have drawn in crowds of 6,000 at the Vitality Stadium, while last season they awarded female player contracts for the first time, and the club has created a full youth pathway for girls and an FA “emerging talent centre”. “Since being brought under the club’s direction in June of last year following Bill Foley’s takeover, our women’s team has seen a significant increase in funding,” a Bournemouth spokesperson told the Guardian. “We were proud to record an unbeaten league campaign and we are now looking forward to further supporting the team to compete again, this coming season and beyond.” In tier five, Fulham have finished third in their division three years on the trot, but to long-serving fans, that will seem especially disappointing for those old enough to remember Fulham’s women’s side winning the FA Cup in 2003, a year when they were also league champions. England stars Rachel Yankey, Mary Phillip and Rachel Unitt were among their big names. That came after they had made history by turning professional in 2000, only for former chairman Mohamed Al Fayed to cut the team’s funding and revert them to part-time status in 2004. The club was not truly reformed for a further decade. By 2022-23, 2,245 women and girls were involved in Fulham’s programmes, up 31% on the year before, and the women’s side now train at the club’s Motspur Park training centre. It is still a far cry from the FA Cup final, but green shoots of recovery are emerging. Seemingly similarly suffering from the “bottleneck’ issue in the lower tiers, Brentford narrowly missed out on promotion to tier five in both of the past two seasons, most recently finishing second by a single point, competing in an amateur division with a broad range of abilities. They cruised to a 14-0 victory in one league game and scored six goals in three other separate games, certainly displaying a capability to be playing at a higher level already. Nonetheless, it will be a source of frustration to many Brentford fans to see themselves in the same league as Ashmount Leigh, Actonians Reserves and Denham United. That is largely because Brentford’s women’s teams were only integrated into the club in 2020-21. Their first team has achieved one promotion since then, and the women’s B team has moved up two tiers, but the club’s strategy has been to try to nurture organic growth and put in foundations for the long-term rather than to buy their way up through the divisions rapidly. They are investing more money in the women’s and girls’ programme, year-on-year, but it’s been focused on aspects such as staffing, medical support and strength and conditioning, rather than moving towards paying players to play. They train three evenings a week. The club staged fixtures at the 2022 Women’s Euros, including a quarter-final, and hosted a Lionesses friendly against Australia in 2023, while their stadium has also hosted two women’s club games, drawing in around 5,000 fans. Some of their games are played at Wheatsheaf Park, the former home of Staines Town, which also used to be the home ground of Chelsea when they won their first WSL title in 2015. Emulating that achievement is clearly still a long way off for Brentford, but they do have aspirations to move up the pyramid. Could they all do more? Arguably. Speak to almost any club across the land about their women’s football expenditure and they will quickly point to the women’s game “not yet being financially sustainable”. That should always be taken with a pinch of salt, though, given that it is a matter of public record that Premier League clubs spent more than £400m on agents fees alone in the year to February 2024, up from £318m in the previous 12-month period. There is enough money to go around within the sport. Women’s teams just are not always high on the priority list for spending. But at least they are on board the women’s football train, and the ultimate destination is the WSL.
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More Cut & Paste...
posted by Old Cutter. (Guest) - Monday 08th July 2024, 12:36 PM
 
Don’t write back to Brentford people on this site it mashes them write more
posted by MicktheBeard (Guest) - Monday 08th July 2024, 1:35 PM
 
Will you be bringing your trunks next season?
posted by Mickey O'Chin. (Guest) - Monday 08th July 2024, 1:47 PM
 
Why has Mick posted twice on the Brentford situation?
posted by Show Me the Way... (Guest) - Monday 08th July 2024, 1:50 PM
 
MicktheBeard I thought you have shaved your beard ! anyway Little bees are a third standard club that should be on non league football in my opinion!
posted by Morpheus The God od Dreams and Sleep (Guest) - Monday 08th July 2024, 7:33 PM
 
 
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Somebody coming on this site is trying to kill it. It is either a conspiracy or one person is coming on under many different guises putting on long items that have nothing to do with Fulham or they are going on obsessively about certain things, clubs or young players. Can this not be stopped as they are succeeding as many regulars have already been driven away.
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Brentford are the winners!
posted by Tom (Guest) - Monday 08th July 2024, 5:05 AM
 
They weren’t at Wembley v us !
posted by Dan (Guest) - Monday 08th July 2024, 6:49 AM
 
Up the Bees!
posted by John (Guest) - Monday 08th July 2024, 6:57 AM
 
They like it up em !
posted by Dan (Guest) - Monday 08th July 2024, 7:30 AM
 
Many of our fans have supported Brentford with us since our days at Griffin Park with a match day routine of visiting one of the four pubs on each corner of the ground. These pubs, such as The Griffin have become a community institution for our fans. Despite our move nearby to the Gtech Community Stadium, the pub remains an important location for many of our fans who visit it before and after home matches.
posted by Bees (Guest) - Monday 08th July 2024, 12:07 PM
 
Don’t write back to Brentford people on this site it mashes them write more
posted by MicktheBeard (Guest) - Monday 08th July 2024, 1:37 PM
 
Many of our fans ? You haven’t got many !
posted by Sw6 (Guest) - Monday 08th July 2024, 1:42 PM
 
Why what have they won
posted by Ipitommbie (Guest) - Monday 08th July 2024, 6:50 PM
 
Ipitommbie ... Tombie I was missing you my dear friend where have you been ? Take care Leo !
posted by Leonardo Di Caprio (Guest) - Monday 08th July 2024, 7:37 PM
 
the only way to get rid of these posts is to do the one thing that would prove unpopular but is looking more and more necessary- a full registration system. they wouldnt be so brave if their identities were known.its getting worse, and we have lost so many good contributors, and nobody wants to know about brentford, exeter, or any other club.
posted by mastos (Guest) - Tuesday 09th July 2024, 11:52 AM
 
That is fine, but I have tried to register but never get the confirmation email they say they are sending.
posted by Mr B P (Guest) - Tuesday 09th July 2024, 4:25 PM
 
Let’s relax and enjoy the ride
posted by I want to be a moderator (Guest) - Wednesday 10th July 2024, 4:00 PM
 
 
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i told you all ,no one is listening, robinson will be next our ship is sinking fast ,bernd leno will also be going
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You did vote Reform didn’t you?
posted by Paddy O’Doors (Guest) - Sunday 07th July 2024, 10:30 PM
 
Marco has let them go as he has Luke Harris
posted by Pete (Guest) - Sunday 07th July 2024, 10:42 PM
 
A new name for Snout, Morpheus, Spoofslayer, ah well at least he's not banging on about Puke Harris.
posted by Ted (Guest) - Monday 08th July 2024, 1:00 AM
 
dean, only last week you was on here spouting your drivel, why are you on here, unless you get the masochistic pleasure of being mocked?. you had enough answers to your "bigger than" remark, but of course, you didnt have the nerve to attempt an answer. with or without last seasons team, we will be bigger than your dull club, simply because action will always speak louder than words., which is all you posess.
posted by mastos (Guest) - Tuesday 09th July 2024, 11:30 AM
 
morpheus has always denied being anyone other than himself. then again, so has snout, spoofslayer and buzzturd.
posted by tom hark (Guest) - Tuesday 09th July 2024, 12:00 PM
 
am not a Brentford agent ,but they are looking a stronger team,5 first team player's have gone ,more to follow ,we have become a selling club no progression what so ever
posted by dean (Guest) - Tuesday 09th July 2024, 9:19 PM
 
you are right, no-one is listening to you, and for good reason-YOU TALk UTTER TWADDLE. your club has gone as far as it will ever go, fulham are today, brentford are yesterday, simple. incidentally, what do you mean by "agent?". a couple of signings and the squad will be ready, unlike the team you really support, which certainly isint fulham.
posted by fulham fan (Guest) - Wednesday 10th July 2024, 11:15 AM
 
about time someone took dean to task. he cant be a fulham fan, he talks so much rubbish, and it always has an anti-fulham theme. he will be a good lad when he grows up.
posted by tom hark (Guest) - Wednesday 10th July 2024, 11:22 AM
 
 
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There is some talk of a "summer Covid wave" at the moment. We all seem to know someone who has had it lately, or a friend who has been off sick. But have cases really gone up and are there any new variants we should be worried about? What else do we know right now? Is there a spike in infections? Possibly, but it is difficult to tell. We do know there has been a very small increase in the number of people being admitted to hospital with Covid. The number went up to 3.31 admissions per 100,000 in the week to 16 June, compared with 2.67 per 100,000 in the previous week. The largest group of people hospitalised with Covid were those aged 85 and over. In terms of how many people have Covid and stay at home, it is difficult to say. We no longer collect national data in the way we used to, as far less testing takes place now. That means many cases of Covid are not being recorded in the general population. The data, external we do have is based on laboratory tests taken across the country, mostly swabs taken from people in the healthcare system. *According to this data, per 100,000 people admitted to hospital in England on 26 June, 4.37 had symptoms or were sick enough to be tested and found positive for Covid. Hospitals no longer test everyone who is admitted so this figure does not reflect the Covid rate among all hospital patients, which is likely to be higher. Rates of Covid go up and down throughout the year, without necessarily becoming a cause for concern. Prof Paul Hunter, an epidemiology expert from the University of East Anglia, told the BBC he did not believe the current Covid rates were concerning. “I think we're probably seeing about as much infection this year as we were seeing last year - a little bit less, but not hugely less.” He believes that generally, we are seeing far fewer deaths and far fewer hospitalisations from Covid than last year. Is there a new Covid variant? In recent months, we have seen a new group of variants , externalof Covid emerge, collectively nicknamed as FLiRT. They are descended from the dominant JN.1 variant, which is itself a sub-variant of the Omicron strain of Covid. Together they are accounting for many current Covid cases in England. The KP3 variant, which has driven a rise in cases in the US, has also been identified in the UK in small numbers. The UK Health Security Agency (UKHSA) said it needed “more data” on the new variants to understand how severe and transmissible they might be. The agency, which is responsible for public health, also said it was “impossible” to tell at this stage whether these variants were behind the small rise in hospital admissions. As it does with all new strains, the UKHSA said it would “continue to monitor these variants” in the UK and internationally and would gather more information on how well the vaccines protect people against them. But the agency said there was no current change to public health advice. It is normal for a virus to change and mutate and the UKHSA says the healthcare system is still “getting to grips” with the ebb and flow of cases. Prof Hunter said Covid was now part of life and should not be as alarming as it once was. He said: “We are all of us going to get repeated Covid infections from births through to death. "Generally what we've seen is that over the last three years, four years, the severity of illness associated with Covid has gone down a lot. "Ultimately, it's going to become another cause of the common cold and, for many people, that's what it is now." He added: “To be honest, you can't really avoid it because it's so common.” Have Covid symptoms changed? The official list of Covid symptoms has not changed, according to the UKHSA. General symptoms, external can include: High temperature or shivering New, continuous cough Loss or change to your sense of smell or taste Shortness of breath Feeling tired or exhausted Aching body Headache Sore throat Blocked or runny nose Loss of appetite Diarrhoea Feeling sick or being sick What are the rules around Covid now? There are no longer any legal restrictions requiring people to self-isolate if they have Covid. You also do not need to take a lateral flow test and there is no requirement to wear masks. However, government advice, external is to try to stay at home and avoid contact with other people for five days after testing positive. People should also avoid meeting people who are more likely to fall seriously ill if they were to catch Covid, such as elderly people or those with weakened immune systems. “If you are showing symptoms of Covid-19 or flu, help protect others by staying at home and avoiding contact with other people, especially those who are more vulnerable,” the UKHSA’s consultant epidemiologist Dr Jamie Lopez Bernal said Booster Covid vaccines are only available for some groups of people Can you still get a Covid vaccine? The vaccine programme has been scaled back since the initial rollouts early in the pandemic. Now, only certain people are entitled to jabs under seasonal booster programmes. They are: Aged 75 or over People with a weakened immune system Adults who live in care homes Vaccines are good at preventing severe Covid symptoms but they do not necessarily stop you becoming infected. NHS England previously urged anyone who was eligible for the jab, external to get vaccinated before the spring booster programme ended on Sunday, 30 June. The latest data showed four million people - 59.6% of those eligible - had been vaccinated under the scheme since April, including two-thirds of care home residents.
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Hmmm. Interesting. Hope Luke Harris has his mask on. Wouldn’t want to lose him.
posted by Paddy O’Doors (Guest) - Sunday 07th July 2024, 3:16 PM
 
Luke found a cure for covid so he's safe. Also can play anywhere
posted by Rolf Jimmy Harris (Guest) - Sunday 07th July 2024, 4:17 PM
 
Its just a flu just like it was in the past
posted by Scare monger (Guest) - Sunday 07th July 2024, 5:31 PM
 
Maybe we all got it and died and are living under the hell of a Labour government.
posted by Paddy O’Doors (Guest) - Sunday 07th July 2024, 5:48 PM
 
14 years of hell under the Lying Tories , good riddance to them !
posted by Bob (Guest) - Sunday 07th July 2024, 7:12 PM
 
Yep, we need Reform. The revolution has begun.
posted by Paddy O’Doors (Guest) - Sunday 07th July 2024, 7:53 PM
 
One Ireland for the wee fellas...
posted by Dundalk Mick. (Guest) - Sunday 07th July 2024, 8:03 PM
 
Is the fag factory still there?
posted by Wexford Iron. (Guest) - Sunday 07th July 2024, 8:05 PM
 
Yes your house is still there
posted by John (Guest) - Sunday 07th July 2024, 9:29 PM
 
All right John...
posted by Fag Ash Lille. (Guest) - Monday 08th July 2024, 4:02 AM
 
It’s all Shisha nowadays. Got to keep with the times.
posted by Sweet Afton. (Guest) - Monday 08th July 2024, 3:48 PM
 
BAN LONG POSTS
posted by Owen (Guest) - Monday 08th July 2024, 6:52 PM
 
Covid over just a cold for most now if you are resonably healthy if you are old and get it hard luck there’s a few on here would like the oldies wiped out
posted by Ipitombi (Guest) - Monday 08th July 2024, 10:21 PM
 
Got 14 years of labour now will be even worse give starmer a year he’s a wet fart
posted by Ipotomb (Guest) - Monday 08th July 2024, 10:23 PM
 
Covid will always be with us like colds, but if you are not young you must take the vaccine which usually stops the disease from killing you. The danger is a lot of people either do not realise this or have become complacent.
posted by Mr B P (Guest) - Tuesday 09th July 2024, 8:04 AM
 
I will die first reading this boring crap
posted by dean (Guest) - Tuesday 09th July 2024, 9:21 PM
 
what about yours dean?. dull, miserable, antagonising posts. go back to your hive, your misery isint welcome on here.
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GK: Leno/Benda RB: Catagne/Tete RCB: Diop/LDF LCB: Bassey/Ream LB: Jedi CDM: Reed CM: Lukic/TC CAM: Andreas / Luke Harris LW: Adama RW: Iwobi/Wilson ST: Muniz/Raul/Stanno
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Manager: Luke Harris GK: Luke Harris/Leno/Benda RB: Luke Harris/Catagne/Tete RCB: Luke Harris/Diop/LR LCB: Luke Harris/Bassey/Ream LB: Jedi/Luke Harris CDM: Reed/Luke Harris: Lukic/TC CAM: Andreas / Luke Harris LW: Adama/Luke Harris RW: Iwobi/Wilson/Luke Harris ST: Muniz/Raul/Stanno:Luke Harris.... Jim Fixed it
posted by Rolf Luke Harris (Guest) - Sunday 07th July 2024, 4:12 PM
 
 
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Including Willian, that’s 4 key first team players gone. How many more?? Ream will probably go. Robinson may go too. Can we successfully rebuild??
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Not back to training for another week don’t panic sure we’ll sign a few
posted by Chief (Guest) - Sunday 07th July 2024, 2:58 PM
 
Don't worry my boy Luke Harris is all over this remember he can play any where even Exeter
posted by Rolfey fiddler Harris (Guest) - Sunday 07th July 2024, 4:20 PM
 
johnc, i said weeks ago that nothing would get moving until after the euros, i dont go with this story about nobody will be signed at all, as some others have posted.. its just pointless scaremongering. willian and reid needed to be replaced sooner rather than later , both are over 30.as corporal jones would say" dont panic".
posted by mastos (Guest) - Tuesday 09th July 2024, 11:39 AM
 
 
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What a man. Comes off the bench takes a penalty like he in a training session nerves of steal we winning the comp
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Luke Harris was supporting England yesterday with his mates
posted by John (Guest) - Sunday 07th July 2024, 8:53 AM
 
J o h n, what a boring b....rd you you are
posted by Fred (Guest) - Sunday 07th July 2024, 1:11 PM
 
John is boring but Luke Harris isn't, Liverpool are sniffing around
posted by R Harris (Guest) - Sunday 07th July 2024, 4:22 PM
 
Not according to head Liverpool Scout Barry Hunter. In 2022 Hunter and his scouts watched Luke Harris 4 times it was a unanimous NO - simply not technically good enough for Liverpool.
posted by Leon (Guest) - Sunday 07th July 2024, 6:49 PM
 
So Liverpool where/are sniffing around thanks for confirming John-Leon
posted by Roc (Guest) - Sunday 07th July 2024, 9:08 PM
 
England is going far due to a luck draw as usual , the same on the previous tournaments nothing to do with quality of play nor the manager tactics ! When they meet a strong team will be the same old ... England will be out as usual and will not come home !
posted by UEFA and FIFA expert (Guest) - Monday 08th July 2024, 12:59 PM
 
Cup games just need a bit of luck doubt w3 will lose on pens at the , moment best around
posted by Ipiyombi (Guest) - Monday 08th July 2024, 6:57 PM
 
 
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Totally gutted to have lost Bobby Decordova-Reid. He is a massive loss. Fulham you should have done more to hold on to him. Disgusted!
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I found him, he's in Leicester brev
posted by Conan (Guest) - Sunday 07th July 2024, 7:53 AM
 
Another poor decision
posted by Scout (Guest) - Sunday 07th July 2024, 7:55 AM
 
Was Bobby’s decision, if they want to go then get rid. Not irreplaceable I’d have thought, journeyman at best.
posted by Paddy O’Doors (Guest) - Sunday 07th July 2024, 10:45 AM
 
While we are once again sitting on our hands, my local side Brighton are making decent signings, right left and centre. The difference is that they have Mr Bloom in charge of their operation, and he just gets on with things, and the team are already back in training, and they will be ready for their pre-season friendlies with a full squad. unlike our snail like pace of making signing, that is even if we are going to make any. Maybe it is the seaside atmosphere which is the attraction, which I must admit is lovely, and not the London congestion, that puts them off, although they only visit CC on match days, as our training ground is still in leafy Surrey. Come on Fulham, wake up and smell the coffee, or we will lose our main asset Marco Silva, plus a number of supporters as well.
posted by Brian from Sussex (Guest) - Sunday 07th July 2024, 11:08 AM
 
Agree paddy nothing special
posted by Ipitombi (Guest) - Monday 08th July 2024, 6:58 PM
 
so do i.
posted by mastos (Guest) - Tuesday 09th July 2024, 11:41 AM
 
No pro at a decent club goes there daily only on match days More At training complex training pitches catering more complex players need dietary food better At training ground
posted by Ipotimbi (Guest) - Tuesday 09th July 2024, 3:49 PM
 
- so what are you actually trying to say?. please dont sound like a brentfool fan, theres enough on here as there is.
posted by ippipotamus (Guest) - Wednesday 10th July 2024, 3:34 PM
 
 
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Kilman began his career in the academy at Fulham. As a teenager, he joined futsal club Genesis Futsal Club while continuing to play the 11-a-side game. He later joined the academy at Gillingham before signing for Maidenhead United in 2015, after making a single London Senior Cup appearance for Welling United against Cockfosters in October 2014. Kilman was loaned out to Southern Football League side Marlow for the 2016–17 season. Kilman returned the following season and made his debut for the Magpies on the opening day of the 2017–18 season against Maidstone United, while continuing his futsal career, signing for Helvécia. He went on to make 39 appearances for Maidenhead before signing for Wolverhampton Wanderers for an undisclosed fee on transfer deadline day in August 2018. Wolverhampton Wanderers Kilman spent the season with the club's under-23 side, helping them to win promotion from the second tier of the Premier League reserve competition. In April 2019, head coach Nuno Espírito Santo stated that "Max is 100 per cent integrated into the (first team) squad... I just see him as a very good football player, a centre-half with quality. He's big, aggressive. He has to improve like all young players, but we're really, really happy with Max." Kilman was first included in a senior matchday squad in December 2018, and was an unused substitute on five occasions before he made his senior debut on 4 May 2019, coming on as a last-minute substitute in a 1–0 win against Fulham in the Premier League. In doing so, he became the first player to go directly from non-League to the Premier League, with no loans in between, since Chris Smalling moved from Maidstone United to Fulham in 2008. made his full senior debut for Wolves in a 4–0 home win against FC Pyunik of Armenia in the 2019–20 UEFA Europa League Qualifying Third Round, 2nd Leg, on 15 August. On 21 April 2020, Wolverhampton's Express & Star announced that Kilman's contract with Wolves had been extended until the summer of 2022. On 21 October, Wolves announced that Kilman had extended his contract with the club until the summer of 2025. On 1 November 2021, Kilman scored the opening goal in Wolves's 2–1 win over Everton at Molineux. The goal, a well-taken header, following a corner from the left from Rayan Aït-Nouri, was Kilman's first for Wolves (in his 44th appearance for the club at senior level) and his first in the Premier League. Four days later, Kilman signed a new long-term deal with Wolves until 2026. Kilman lines up for Wolverhampton Wanderers in 2024 Kilman made his 100th competitive appearance for Wolves in their 1–0 home win against Chelsea on 8 April 2023. On 11 August 2023, Wolves announced that Kilman had been appointed club captain (in succession to the recently-departed Rúben Neves)and two days later it was announced that Kilman had signed a new five-year contract with Wolves, running until 2028. Kilman made his 100th Premier League appearance on 4 November 2023, away to Sheffield United. Wolves lost the match 2–1, conceding a penalty deep into time added on at the end of the second-half. Kilman scored his second Wolves goal, and first since becoming club captain, in the final game of 2023, a 3–0 win against Everton at Molineux in the Premier League on 30 December. In the 2023–24 season, he was one of two outfield players to feature in all 3,420 minutes in the Premier League, along with William Saliba. West Ham United On 6 July 2024, Kilman joined West Ham United by signing a seven-year contract, for a reported £40million transfer fee.
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Get off our message board you Mental. Retard.
posted by Ted (Guest) - Saturday 06th July 2024, 5:05 PM
 
More Son of...
posted by Dr Phibes. (Guest) - Saturday 06th July 2024, 5:07 PM
 
So boring who cares?
posted by Chief (Guest) - Saturday 06th July 2024, 5:49 PM
 
Max Killman a good player thanks for the read very interesting. Great to hear about how ex Fulham players are getting on
posted by John (Guest) - Saturday 06th July 2024, 5:58 PM
 
 
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Max Kilman was sold by part time Maidenhead to Wolves for £40,000 in 2018 They inserted a sell on clause, which was triggered today after he joined West Ham It’s thought it will net them anywhere between £4-8 million This will “profoundly change the future of the club”
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I’ve just found out the prime minister’s father was a toolmaker. Why wasn’t this mentioned during the election?
posted by Paddy O’Doors (Guest) - Saturday 06th July 2024, 7:10 PM
 
The biggest tool his father e ever produced, was his son Keir, and you won't get a bigger tool than that.
posted by LTS (Guest) - Saturday 06th July 2024, 10:21 PM
 
Too many prisoners and he thinks the answer is cut reoffending. Sees no connection at all between prisons full of foreigners and immigration. Let them reoffend all they like, only let them do it where they come from. Glad I could help.
posted by Paddy O'Doors (Guest) - Saturday 06th July 2024, 10:37 PM
 
LTS, have you never heard of Bodger Johnson , Liz Truss to name two of numerous Tory tools ! Good riddance!
posted by Jim (Guest) - Sunday 07th July 2024, 7:33 AM
 
Maidenhead originally had a 20% sell on clause for Max Kilman but agreed to lower it to 10% to get this deal done. The club had to sacrifice 4 million pound to get the deal done. They received 4 million instead of 8 million. Poor from Wolves demanding they do that
posted by Tom (Guest) - Sunday 07th July 2024, 9:10 AM
 
Media wetting themselves. Over starma promising the earth Let’s se3 him deliver by the way you can’t just build houses And the immigration problem won’t go away all of a sudden he’s going to build. Wind turbines on land
posted by Ipiyombi (Guest) - Monday 08th July 2024, 7:06 PM
 
 
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With Fulham
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No he's not !
posted by Sam Scuffles (Guest) - Saturday 06th July 2024, 3:32 PM
 
Is he with Exeter or Forest Green?
posted by Leon (Guest) - Saturday 06th July 2024, 4:12 PM
 
Isn’t he in Tenerife with Shamina Begum?
posted by Paddy O’Doors (Guest) - Sunday 07th July 2024, 10:42 AM
 
Oh yes he is
posted by Ipotombi (Guest) - Monday 08th July 2024, 7:07 PM
 
 
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Can he give me any news on Exeter’s prospective signings? I’m also thinking of dating Emily Thornaberry, I’d like some information on hiring heavy duty haulage equipment and cattle feed.
posted by Paddy O’Doors (Guest) - Saturday 06th July 2024, 2:43 PM
 
Exeter City is thrilled to announce the seven players that have signed scholarships for the new season. Seven new faces have signed their first-year scholarships to join Ian Parkes' side ahead of the new season, all seven have come directly from our Academy Schoolboy programme. They are: Jude Horn – Jude is from Exeter and has been at the Academy since the under-8 level. Jude is an energetic full back with a great engine and is a player who likes to dominate 1-v-1 situations. Callum Graham – Callum is from Weston-Super-Mare and has been at the club since under-9 level. Callum is a technical, left footed wide player and has a good understanding of the game. Image of Callum Graham signing his scholarship Luke Hodgetts – Luke is a combative central midfield player, with excellent receiving skills. Originally from Somerset, Luke has been at the club since under-14s level. Harry Crees – Harry is a central midfield player and has been at the Academy since under-9s level. Local to Exeter, Harry is also capable of playing at centre back due to his physical capabilities and is a technical player with a very good range of passing. Aidan Bown – Aidan is a player local to Exeter and has been at the club since under-8s level. Aidan is a technically gifted midfielder, who excels at manipulating the ball and dictating the game. Jack Anthony – Jack is a physical centre back who stands at 6’2 and is comfortable in possession. From Somerset, Jack has been at the Academy since under-14s level and has been a captain at the younger age groups. Liam Cartwright – Liam is from Torquay and had a breakout year with the under-18s in 2023/24, playing well above his age group. Liam is a centre back but has shown he is very comfortable playing all across the back line. Academy Director Arran Pugh said: "This season, all seven of the incoming scholars have come directly from our Academy Schoolboy programme. This demonstrates the quality and potential of players that we have in this particular age group, with four of the lads starting all the way back in our pre-academy. "It should also provide continuity and alignment with the culture and standards of the Club, which will benefit the group both on and off the pitch. "Many of the boys will still be moving in with host families, as the group is made up of young men from across the South West. The 2-year scholarship is designed to support and develop the boys with their academic studies and personal growth alongside their football progression, and living away from home for the first time will be a big part of this for some of the group. 'Many of the boys had experience playing in the U18 side last season, whilst still in their U16 year and we feel it is important to provide similar opportunities this season to any young players that are ready and will benefit from the increased challenge."
posted by KIARA HAHN (Guest) - Saturday 06th July 2024, 3:22 PM
 
Kiaora, lovely drink , is it still available?
posted by Don (Guest) - Saturday 06th July 2024, 3:22 PM
 
Kiara , I'm sure you're the tart I got off with last month but that was California Norfolk England , I've been checked out and I got the all clear !
posted by Sam Scuffles (Guest) - Saturday 06th July 2024, 3:30 PM
 
 
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Good luck for the future Bobby and thanks for your excellent performances for Fulham over the last 6 years.
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Thanks I regularly come on this forum and read the posts
posted by Bobby (Guest) - Sunday 07th July 2024, 6:48 AM
 
 
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Palhinha leaving will crumble our central midfield area, he’s the main reason we have avoided relegation the past two seasons. We are selling on the cheap especially as we have him on a long contract. Unless a big replacement is lined up this is terrible business.
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dICKHEAD
posted by KIARA HAHN (Guest) - Saturday 06th July 2024, 2:51 PM
 
more unacceptable twaddle from the runt in the pack. we were nowhere near relegation last season, a nd coped when he was missing. a great player but he wanted to go to bayern a year ago.why all this relegation rubbish, we are not one of the three lowest clubs, but you scout, are the lowest of the low.
posted by fulham fan (Guest) - Saturday 06th July 2024, 3:02 PM
 
Fulham fan, get real you muppet,where we finished last year has no bearing on next season. We have already lost the mainstay of the team with no as yet quality replacements, if anything we will be relegation fodder.
posted by REALISTIC (Guest) - Saturday 06th July 2024, 10:53 PM
 
Realistic coming out with the usual bs !
posted by Jim (Guest) - Sunday 07th July 2024, 7:35 AM
 
If you look you will see we done pretty well when he was suspended he actually was not the force of last season. Think ffc. Got a good deal on a 29 year old
posted by Ipotombi (Guest) - Monday 08th July 2024, 7:18 PM
 
all you can do is come on here and throw a tantrum. you know your true place, so its a bit richcoming from you.
posted by be realistic (Guest) - Tuesday 09th July 2024, 12:13 PM
 
yes, i mean you, realistic. relegation fodder?-GROW UP YOU SILLY CHILD!.
posted by be realistic (Guest) - Tuesday 09th July 2024, 1:15 PM
 
see a few Fulham donuts ON HERE school holidays now they can learn to read
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So palinha is off, William the same and now Bobby Reid yet we’re still not any closer to bringing anyone in. For once wish we’d have our business done early so the can gel before the season and this window probably our most important in years. Surely the club must of known was all coming
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We always do things late, we are at the end of the food chain.
posted by Scout (Guest) - Saturday 06th July 2024, 11:03 AM
 
Mean b.....ds running the club that's why.
posted by BC (Guest) - Saturday 06th July 2024, 11:45 AM
 
And again Forrest are of and running 3 more players signed along with wolves and ipswich again we are just looking , looking at what more cheapo bargains we dont want .?And they got the bleedin nerve to charge us over the top prices to watch what ???.
posted by the real arch bishop (Guest) - Saturday 06th July 2024, 12:06 PM
 
ads has been pointed out many times before, only three clubs have actually signed anyone yet, and fulham never usually say anything, even when they are about to.at the end of the day, how they conduct their approaches is up to them. do you think they were watching the euros for anyone?
posted by fulham devotee (Guest) - Saturday 06th July 2024, 3:14 PM
 
3 clubs really look again .
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So palinha is off, William the same and now Bobby Reid yet we’re still not any closer to bringing anyone in. For once wish we’d have our business done early so the can gel before the season and this window probably our most important in years. Surely the club must of known was all coming
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Willian not gone yet playing silly beggars After a pay rise
posted by Ipitombi (Guest) - Monday 08th July 2024, 7:23 PM
 
 
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Exeter have signed defender Jack McMillan on a two-year deal following his departure from Partick Thistle at the end of last season. McMillan made 89 appearances for the Scottish Championship side over two years at the club. The 26-year-old, who plays mainly as a right-back, started out in Motherwell's academy and has also spent time at Livingston. The move links McMillan back up with Grecians boss Gary Caldwell, who signed him initially on loan at Partick Thistle in 2019. "I really liked how he [Caldwell] worked in terms of position and things I could take forward into the next season at Livingston," McMillan told the Exeter website, external. "It's great to see familiar faces because you already have that mutual respect. "I'm a player who likes to do the basics well and hard work is always the minimum for me. I'm quite an attacking full-back and deliver crosses for the strikers. "I always look at numbers and I hope to get lots of assists - and hopefully a few goals - for the team. Exeter are very hopeful of bringing Fulham’s star youngster Luke Harris back to the club on loan
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The posts on here are getting worse It's bad enough the Bees posts But they are a near neibour and a premier side but why Exeter.l for one Will not be posting untill the season Starts and only if it's about FFC.
posted by Putney pete (Guest) - Saturday 06th July 2024, 9:58 AM
 
pete, it doesnt matter what bentford are, most of it you cant print on a family website, they shouldnt come on here at all. i did notice you do praise them a lot in some of your posts, and it does make me wonder---.
posted by FULHAM FAN (Guest) - Saturday 06th July 2024, 10:25 AM
 
Some good potential signings for Fulham from Exeter it appears
posted by Leon (Guest) - Saturday 06th July 2024, 10:54 AM
 
Appears where ? The Beano ?
posted by Jim (Guest) - Saturday 06th July 2024, 11:10 AM
 
Would rather go to a much bigger Devon club like Plymouth .
posted by Jim (Guest) - Saturday 06th July 2024, 11:11 AM
 
Right pete moderator DO YOUR JOB. PULL THE PLUG ON THESE PRATS
posted by Ipitombi (Guest) - Monday 08th July 2024, 7:27 PM
 
 
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Tom Carroll has opted to turn down a contract offered to him at the end of last season and will now join League Two side MK Dons as a free transfer. Carroll joined City last July after a year out of the game and finishes his career with the Grecians on 45 appearances in all competitions and one goal. Manager Gary Caldwell said: “Tom was excellent for the club last season after joining us following a year out of football. His experience was pivotal for the younger players in the group last season and we wish him all the very best at MK Dons. "Everyone at the club wishes Tom the best and our thanks go to him for his efforts for the club during his time with us."
 

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