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FMS missed Warner, as the club was eliminated from the FA Cup by Lincoln at Sincil Bank.

I'm feeling the love right now... I'd smile but my face hurts :|

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Ok, honesty time: I wasn't actually called up, but I'm the only one with a car (my trusty '95 Fiat Cinquecento), so they let me come along to drive the other lads there.

Loving this story. :)

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But then:

Eastleigh 0-0 FMS – 7th November 2012 – BSS #15

Fuller, Clarke, Nygma, Conleith Corcoran, Adie Whitbread, Marks, Jon-Paul Pittman, Preece, Rudyard, Baroni, McCracken. Subs: von Liefthuizen, Mathieson, Dubb, von Lichtenstein, Alex Burke.

Goals

Eastleigh – none

FMS – none; Clarke s/o 84

Man of the match – Chris Todd, Eastleigh

Well, that was ugly.

Clarke was sent off for a professional foul in 84 minutes and the Fightin’ Writers had to hold on for a draw at Silverlake.

It was uglier still. Preece lost his England callup when he was lost to a concussion twenty minutes into the match and when doctors realized he couldn’t play if he was trying to decide which ball to kick, he had to come off.

It was even uglier still, when the loanee, Pittman, tore a groin muscle stretching for a pass on the hour mark. While some of the Nineteen could be seen quietly cheering their chance to play, it was an ugly day indeed for FMS.

It was ugliest, though, for Fantu, who had gone to the press after the Lincoln City match and asked for a better accounting of his skills. Blankley dropped him from the sixteen.

Neither team looked like scoring – though there was a von Lichtenstein sighting as he came on as a late substitute for McCracken.

The match marked the return of Fuller after six matches lost to injury and the keeper picked up right where he left off, keeping his fourth clean sheet of the season.

With the Nineteen starting to drop like flies, the start of the FA Trophy campaign beckoned against teeny-tiny Eastbourne Town, with hopes that everyone who started a match wearing an FMS shirt could actually finish it.

Eastbourne Town 1-3 FMS – 10th November 2012 – FA Trophy Third Qualifying Round

Fuller, Dubb, Nygma, Martin, Adie Whitbread, Marks, Fantu, Rudyard, Joe Broad, von Lichtenstein, Rothery. Subs: van Liefthuizen, Mathieson, Conleith Corcoran, Barry Hayles, Les Afful.

Goals:

Eastbourne Town – Stewart Pearson 88

FMS – von Lichtenstein 1, pen 6, 53

Man of the Match – von Lichtenstein (10.0)

Von Lichtenstein made a statement in the Trophy game, scoring a brace within six minutes of kickoff and finishing his hat trick in the second half as the Pens dismissed their part-time opposition.

He made another statement under his shirt, with #BlankleyOut written in invisible ink on his undershirt, but only Bo Jose could read it, as the words were written in Sanskrit.

The words “hat trick” were written in English, though, and plainly. With McCracken and Baroni left completely out of the squad, the match was von Lichtenstein’s to run, and he did.

His match conditioning was appalling, but that was to be expected too, with the match being his first start of the season in any competition. But you could hardly argue with the results.

And after the match, Blankley raved to media about his striker, who took the praise as calmly as he could.

13th November international results

Baroni (Italy u-19 1-0 Croatia – MR 6.8)

Nygma (Scotland u-19 3-2 @ Iceland – MR 7.1)

Clarke (Ireland u-19 2-1 New Zealand – no MR, late substitute)

Fuller (England u-19 3-1 Saudi Arabia – MR 7.0, full match)

Dubb (England u-19 3-1 Saudi Arabia – MR 6.4)

Martin (England u-19 3-1 Saudi Arabia – no MR, late substitute)

Marks (Wales u-21 2-1 @ Latvia – MR 7.2 substitute)

Mathieson (Belgium u-21 2-1 @ Cyprus – MR 6.6)

van Liefthuizen (Holland u-21 2-2 Iran – MR 6.3)

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A less than auspicious start to my international career :(

Clarke's suspension should give me a chance to impress the gaffer though :)

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4 very vocals were seen and heard singing on the terraces today and before long the chant went around the ground with even the Eastbourne fans joining in.

He's blond, he's p1ssed, he'll top the bloody lists, Lichtenstein! Lichtenstein! He's blond, he's tanned, he comes from another land, Lichtenstein! Lichtenstein!

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See Blankley, See ? No Fantu in the side, no goals. Fantu in team, you get goals. Maybe I ought to go higher than the Lincoln Examiner when I go to the press next time, eh ?

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A less than auspicious start to my international career :(

Clarke's suspension should give me a chance to impress the gaffer though :)

I've always said that Clarke won't go far in this game with that dodgy temperament. He'll never play for the International side that boy.

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No wonder I only got 6.8 whats the bloody manager doing playing me on the right of midfield...Im a god damn striker

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Uhm, guys... I suspect MR means Match Rating. :)

Haha it's what you get when you've had two hours sleep in the last 48 hehe

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Is Hochstetter injured. He hasn't been playing much recently

Hochstetter has been on the shelf for the last month with an ankle sprain.

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Oh hell yeah, I read Sanskrit. Along with French, Italian, Spanish, Norwegian, Swedish, Danish, German, Chinese, Malay, Indian, Japanese, Korean...

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Bo Jose is the complete Renaissance goalkeeper :p

Thanks for the comments and for following along, gentlemen! (And yes, MR does in fact mean "match rating")

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FMS 2-1 AFC Hornchurch – 14th November 2012 – BSS #16

Bo Jose, Kieran Lawal, Conleith Corcoran, Adie Whitbread, Leigh Elliott, Lee Afful, Fantu, Rudyard, Alex Burke, Rothery, McCracken. Subs: Paul Hider, Dale Young, Bobby Hopkinson, Barry Hayles, von Lichtenstein.

Goals

FMS – Adie Whitbread 20, McCracken 29

AFC Hornchurch – Michael Spencer pen 11

Man of the Match – Fantu

A new low for FMS – only six of the Nineteen were in the match squad, though a further seven had played the night before internationally. And there was another injury to report – this one to Rothery, who broke two ribs in a collision and would miss a month.

The squad players – in this case, those who were at the club prior to the arrival of the Nineteen – deputized well. Except for von Lichtenstein, who sat again and wondered what he needed to do to get a game from Blankley, especially after a hat trick from the previous match.

Whitbread and McCracken found the range to erase an early penalty by Hornchurch’s Michael Spencer, and Fantu’s shift was worthy of the sponsor’s award, which pleased not only them, but Fantu as well.

Eastbourne Boro 0-2 FMS – 23 November 2012 – BSS #17

Fuller, Dubb, Nygma, Conleith Corcoran, Adie Whitbread, Marks, Baroni, Rudyard, Joe Broad, von Lichtenstein, McCracken. Subs: van Liefthuizen, Kieran Lawal, Barry Hayles, Cody Cooke, Mathieson.

Goals

Eastbourne Boro – as if

FMS – Marks 22, von Lichtenstein 74

Man of the Match – Baroni

All he does is score goals.

Von Lichtenstein again found the net for the Writers – giving him five in nine appearances and four in his only two starts of the campaign – as FMS had great possession but not many chances against Eastbourne.

Boro parked the bus and held FMS away from the goal for most of the match, but Marks found the range 22 minutes in and that was really more than enough.

Mathieson, who had joined von Lichtenstein on the bench in protest at lack of playing time (he had played just 217 minutes all season) then watched as von Lichtenstein showed his worth.

The Belgian had spent more time playing for his country (4 u-21 appearances and one u-19 game) than for his club (three substitute appearances) and he wasn’t happy about it. Yet, Mathieson was willing to put his head down in training and keep working. A sign of his character.

Now he watched as 19-year old Cody Cooke and 16-year old Kieran Lawal, players with a fraction of his talent, got picked ahead. It was frustrating.

But with the club winning, there was little he could do. The Nineteen were a team of their own, but Blankley was in charge even if some of their number wished otherwise.

That was, until a Blankley favorite – Corcoran – injured a thigh in training for two weeks on the shelf. The time had arrived for a few players to try to make statements about playing time.

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Well ... you might read your character's name nice and slow ... and then ask Gav, even though he's tired of being typecast. :p

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So what did Blankley do?

He loaned Swindon defender Aden Flint. For three months.

Salisbury 0-4 FMS – 24th November 2012 – FA Trophy First Round

Fuller, Dubb, Nygma, Clarke, Adie Whitbread, Marks, Fantu, Preece, Rudyard, McCracken, Baroni. Subs: Bo Jose, Mathieson, Alex Burke, Barry Hayles, von Lichtenstein.

Goals

Salisbury – well, no.

FMS – Baroni 2, 28; Marks 18, McCracken 24.

Man of the Match – Clarke

Cierán Clarke returned to play in great form, earning man of the match honors as the Pens pushed four past Salisbury in the first twenty-eight minutes.

The win overshadowed the second sending-off of the season for captain Whitbread. As he left the pitch, second-choice keeper Bo Jose was seen holding a sign containing an arrow over Mathieson’s head for the benefit of the manager.

Blankley also took some stick in his post match news conference for substituting Baroni in favor of von Lichtenstein when the Italian was on a hat trick.

As for Mathieson, Blankley didn’t take the hint. But by that time Baroni had scored twice, Marks had scored for the second straight match and McCracken had also done the business (if you’ll pardon the expression).

The results of the match, and the Irishman’s play at the back, also allowed The Nineteen to giggle at the next day’s headline after praise from Salisbury manager Darrell Clarke: “Clarke Impressed by Clarke”.

Bo Jose then showed up at training the next day in a t-shirt reading “Ciarán Clarke Loves Himself” with van Liefthuizen offering to provide pictures. There were no takers.

And then Blankley signed 17-year old winger Charlie Telfer from Rangers on a free transfer. And honest to God, he looked like he was nine years old. On double the wages of any of the Nineteen.

And then …

He signed Dag and Red striker Ben Strevens for free. Again, on double the wages of any of the Nineteen.

And then …

Fantu pulled a hamstring in training, putting him out for a month.

And then …

Crystal Palace sacked Ian Holloway and Liverpool sacked Brendan Rodgers. Oh, wait. Nobody cared.

And then …

November ended. Mercifully.

November record: 2-1-1 (7 points)

Blue Square South: 12-4-1, 40 points, first place by eight points over Bath with one more match played, +27 GD)

FA Cup: Eliminated

FA Trophy: Second Round

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FMS 3-0 Tonbridge – 1 December 2012 – BSS #18

Fuller, Dubb, Nygma (captain), Clarke, Kowalski, Marks, Charlie Telfer, Preece, Rudyard, Baroni, McCracken. Subs: van Liefthuizen, Mathieson, Alex Burke, Warner, von Lichtenstein.

Goals

FMS = McCracken 22, Rudyard 34, Baroni 73

Tonbridge – null set

Man of the Match – Clarke

The Writers welcomed the return of Kowalski to the eleven, but it was the Irishman, Clarke, who won top dog honors as FMS dismissed Tonbridge at the Love Shack.

Regular service had been restored, even if Blankley had decided to hand an FMS debut to Telfer right out of the package. This time, fourteen of the sixteen team places went to members of The Nineteen.

The table-toppers continued their fine run of form, putting the match away in the first half hour or so before Baroni scored a Miss Congenality goal seventeen minutes from time.

The team was becoming a possession machine, holding the ball for 62 percent of the match and continuing the displays that had become so commonplace over the preceding two months.

The goalkeepers were watching Fuller’s return to the team with some apprehension, with Blankley preferring his vice captain, van Liefthuizen, over Bo Jose on the bench. With Fuller the clear number one for the time being, the battle for first team time between the Norwegian and the Dutchman was starting to hot up.

True to form, though, Blankley chose to praise someone other than his man of the match after the contest, purring over Baroni instead.

The other story of note was Nygma receiving the captain’s armband for the first time, with Whitbread suspended for picking up his second red card of the season. Blankley refused to answer a question in his pre-match news conference about when Whitbread might return to the eleven.

And, with the year coming to close, award nominations came out:

World Golden Ball shortlist

Cristiano Ronaldo

Andres Iniesta

Toni Kroos

Lionel Messi

Luka Modric

Wayne Rooney

Matt Warner (just kidding)

Boreham Wood 1-2 FMS – 8 December 2012 – BSS #19

Fuller, Clarke, Nygma, Aden Flint (captain), Kowalski, Marks, Charlie Telfer, David Preece, Rudyard, Warner, Baroni. Subs: Bo Jose, Mathieson, Dubb, McCracken, Alex Burke.

Goals

Boreham Wood – Chez Isaac 59

FMS – Warner 17, 33; Flint s/o 66

Man of the Match – Kowalski

Well, Blankley sometimes works in mysterious ways.

One match after giving the armband to Nygma, he removed it and gave it to the loanee, Aden Flint. He promptly honored the armband, and his FMS debut, by getting himself sent off for a second bookable offence in 64 minutes.

On the pitch, Warner’s double was enough to ensure victory, but some of the Nineteen were scratching their heads over the manager again.

Clearly there was an abundance of talent available to him but questions were starting to arise over whether he was using it properly.

One player with no doubts, though, was Kowalski, who turned in another commanding performance at the back.

While shaving his head after the match, he told the press he appreciated the gaffer’s faith in him while he missed two months with that broken collarbone. But when he’d played, the defender had been menacing, winning five sponsors awards in nine matches played.

If only he were a couple inches taller.

Meanwhile, Warner’s brace tied him with teammate McCracken for the BSS goal scoring lead, with each player netting 11 times.

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And, with the year coming to close, award nominations came out:

World Golden Ball shortlist

Cristiano Ronaldo

Andres Iniesta

Toni Kroos

Lionel Messi

Luka Modric

Wayne Rooney

Matt Warner (just kidding)

Barely six months of superb goalscoring and i'm NOT nominated?! This is an injustice i cannot and will not ignore! :p

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If all you other centre backs could continue getting suspended, that'd be just dandy.

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If all you other centre backs could continue getting suspended, that'd be just dandy.

Not going to happen. The centre back spot is mine and I won't give it up easily.

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Right now Rothery's path is blocked by the two leading scorers in the BSS, both of whom happen to be his teammates ...

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FMS 2-0 Maidenhead – 12th December 2012 – BSS #20

van Liefthuizen, Dubb, Nygma, Clarke, Conleith Corcoran, Hochstetter, Charlie Telfer, Preece, Rudyard, Baroni, McCracken, Subs: Fuller, Mathieson, Alex Burke, Warner, von Lichtenstein.

Goals

FMS – Baroni 5, McCracken 20 – Conleith Corcoran s/o 65

Maidenhead – zilch

Man of the Match – Clarke

Blankley repaid Kowalski’s glowing words about him by dropping him from the sixteen against Maidenhead.

That gave Clarke the chance to shine, but the biggest story of the game was another sending off of a Blankley signee, this time Conleith Corcoran.

He received his marching orders for a second bookable offence just after the hour mark, forcing the Fightin’ Writers to again defend a lead with ten men.

The match was slightly contentious. With van Liefthuizen preferred to Fuller in goals for the first time all season, the Dutchman lasted only seven minutes before leaving with broken ribs in a fearsome goalmouth collision which went unpenalized by the match official. He’ll have a month on the sidelines to stew about it. The keeper, not the official.

Van Liefthuizen started the match as captain but didn’t finish it that way, handing the armband to Corcoran after his injury. Nygma became the team’s third captain of the match after Corcoran was sent off.

Meanwhile, Kowalski sat in the stand, shaving his head and muttering.

Next up: stepping up a league to play Blue Square Premier opposition Woking in the Second Round of the FA Trophy.

FMS 4-0 Woking – 15th December 2012 – FA Trophy Second Round

Fuller, Clarke, Nygma, Adie Whitbread, Aden Flint, Marks, Charlie Telfer, Preece, Rudyard, von Lichtenstein, Warner. Subs: Bo Jose, Kowalski, Dubb, Ben Strevens, Hochstetter.

Goals

FMS – Charlie Telfer 16, von Lichtenstein 23, Warner 25, 27

Woking – who are they?

Man of the Match – Marks

Four goals in eleven thunderous minutes propelled the Pens to a easy thrashing of higher league opposition in the Second Round of the FA Trophy at The Love Shack.

Blankley’s “Jobs For The Boys” program was in full force for the Cup tie, with the suspended Whitbread and Flint both returning to the eleven with Telfer continuing his run in the first team and the forgotten man, von Lichtenstein, again scoring when allowed to play.

Check that. Mathieson is more forgotten than von Lichtenstein, but that’s another story.

Flint picked up another booking nineteen minutes into the match, earning him the baleful stares of FMS faithful and quiet whistles from The Nineteen.

Warner upped his tally to 15 goals in 19 matches in all competitions with a brace of goals separated by just 120 seconds in the first half. After the match he could be seen soaking his boots in ice water to cool them down.

In his post-match press conference, Blankley said it wasn’t likely he’d bring in any more players in the January window, but wouldn’t rule it out (cue dramatic music). He also said he expected that Warner wouldn’t let the fans’ new chant with his name in it affect his performances.

The Third Round draw had FMS playing away at the bottom club in the BSP, AFC Telford.

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If all you other centre backs could continue getting suspended, that'd be just dandy.

Hate to say it, but my boy gets MOM when he covers that spot.

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Hi, Dudley Duoflush here, Chester Fantu's agent. I hate to ask, but has the lad walked out again, or something like that ? It's only there can be no reason to leave him out two games in a row on a talent basis, so there must be something else, no ?

Yours,

Dudley Duoflush

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This is still a great read 10-3.

Dubb seems to be an under the radar character, I guess thats what being a right back is all about.

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10-3, do I play Left Back or Right Back?

Yes.

:D

Seriously, both. The preferred alignment early on has been Clarke at DR with Nygma at DL though it has changed from time to time based on need.

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Warner upped his tally to 15 goals in 19 matches in all competitions with a brace of goals separated by just 120 seconds in the first half. After the match he could be seen soaking his boots in ice water to cool them down.

Thats why they call me Mr. Fahrenheit :cool:

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Thats why they call me Mr. Fahrenheit :cool:

We call you that because you insist on wearing that god awful aftershave!

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Hi, Dudley Duoflush here, Chester Fantu's agent. I hate to ask, but has the lad walked out again, or something like that ? It's only there can be no reason to leave him out two games in a row on a talent basis, so there must be something else, no ?

Yours,

Dudley Duoflush

Ahem, from November 24th...

Fantu pulled a hamstring in training, putting him out for a month.

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Ahem, from November 24th...

Ah ! That boy tells me nothing you know......

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Well, this is fun. Probably a record number of comments between posts. Great to see you all enjoying this.

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Salisbury 1-2 FMS – 22nd December 2012 – BSS #21

Fuller, Clarke, Nygma, Adie Whitbread, Aden Flint, Marks, Charlie Telfer, Preece, Rudyard, Warner, Baroni. Subs: Bo Jose, Kowalski, Dubb, McCracken, Hochstetter.

Goals

Salisbury – Chris McPhee pen 29

FMS – Warner 5, 28

Man of the Match – Warner

The Fightin’ Writers’ goal-scorin’ machine, Warner, notched two more in a 2-1 FMS win at the Raymond McEnhill Stadium.

For the umpteenth game, Blankley elected to lift Clarke late on in favor of Dubb, which allowed the Irishman to jokingly suggest that the Englishman could drive his car for him too if he so chose. If he had one. And if he was old enough to drive. So the joke fell flat.

But Warner didn’t.

Lifting his goal total to 17 for the campaign, he was as deadly as a Justin Bieber right cross in front of goal but much better looking.

The match extended the Pens’ league winning streak to six, breaking their own league record in that category, as they established themselves as the clear class of the league.

With the final matches of calendar year 2012 coming up, the pickings looked to be easy for the league’s top team.

FMS 2-1 Dorchester – 26th December 2012 – BSS #22

Fuller, Clarke, Nygma, Adie Whitbread, Aden Flint, Hochstetter, Charlie Telfer, Preece, Rudyard, Warner, McCracken. Subs: Bo Jose, Kowalski, Dubb, Baroni, von Lichtenstein.

Goals

FMS – McCracken 51, Warner 64

Dorchester – James Smith 24

Man of the Match – Charlie Telfer

The Writers went a shock 1-0 down as Dorchester scored first through James Smith, but the Nineteen, or rather those of them who suited up, were able to come back for a seventh straight league win on Boxing Day.

The victory also increased the club’s unbeaten string in the league to twelve, setting another league record.

Warner’s 18th goal of the season was the winner just after the hour mark but it was the young signee, Telfer, who continued to block other members of the Nineteen from playing time with a man of the match performance.

Naturally, Blankley was pleased with the play of his starlet, but tried to avoid praising him outright to avoid the stares of his Nineteen who were gathered nearby for his news conference. But once again, Blankley didn’t rule out the acquisition of even more players in the upcoming January window.

That didn’t go over well.

FMS 2-1 Weston-super-Mare – 28th December 2012 – BSS #23

Fuller, Clarke, Nygma, Adie Whitbread, Aden Flint, Hochstetter, Marks, Preece, Alex Burke, von Lichtenstein, Baroni, Subs: Bo Jose, Kowalski, Dubb, Ben Strevens, Warner.

Goals

FMS – Marks 35, Warner 89

Weston-super-Mare – Kane Ingram 45

Man of the Match – Preece

They left it late, but Warner’s goal at the death gave FMS an eighth straight league win as the league schedule reached the halfway mark.

It was hotly contested match as the teams played the reverse fixture from earlier in the year, with Kane Ingram knotting things up for the visitors ten minutes after the opener from Ashley Marks.

Yet again, Dubb replaced Clarke late in the match and this time, the Irishman shot a look of annoyance at Blankley for not being allowed to finish what he started.

Von Lichtenstein, for a change, didn’t score a goal when he was allowed to start, and left in favor of Warner, who picked him and the team up with a late header.

The league race is all over bar the shouting. Now, it’s all about playing time.

December record: 6-0-0 (18 points)

Blue Square South: 18-4-1, 58 points, first place by 17 points over Bath and Dover)

FA Cup: Eliminated

FA Trophy: Fourth Round

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Clarke clearly lacks the stamina to go the distance. Blankleys lucky to have such talent to bring off the bench :)

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As deadly as a Justin Bieber right cross? Sounds oddly like an insult to me :confused:

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Clarke clearly lacks the stamina to go the distance. Blankleys lucky to have such talent to bring off the bench :)

All the 'loving himself' he does I've heard.

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As deadly as a Justin Bieber right cross? Sounds oddly like an insult to me :confused:

That depends on who you ask. If you're a Belieber, it's the hammer hand of God. :)

Point being, I poke gentle fun at just about everybody here, including myself, in this story. That is coming up.

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Whose face do you have to stamp to get a game round here?

I mean seriously I'm gonna start knocking heads if I don't get back on the pitch soon.

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I sense preferential treatment for this Warner over McCracken. Maybe Blankley will have to Phil me in on the situation :(

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That depends on who you ask. If you're a Belieber, it's the hammer hand of God. :)

Point being, I poke gentle fun at just about everybody here, including myself, in this story. That is coming up.

I am not a Belieber! Tranfer request incoming for this most disgusting of insults! :mad: lol

I sense preferential treatment for this Warner over McCracken. Maybe Blankley will have to Phil me in on the situation :(

Can't argue with the stats bro :cool:

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