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Re: Play Off Final

Postby BEE428 » 11 May 2019, 17:35

Salford weren't even that good and they'll no doubt be in league 1 by next year
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Re: Play Off Final

Postby Psycho » 11 May 2019, 18:31

ninestein wrote:Agreed. Salford would have been more of a threat. Now BT Sport can focus on the rest of us, unless they idolise Notts County...


I've been to Meadow Lane twice and they showed the ground on Football Focus at lunchtime.

Blimey, that ground is HUGE. National League teams are going to enjoy playing there at what is easily a Championship- quality stadium. If they get off to a bad start it could work against them. Presumably they'll play Chesterfield over the festive season twice. Could set a new record for biggest ever non-league attendance!
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Re: Play Off Final

Postby alexbach » 11 May 2019, 19:14

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alexbach wrote:Berwick a hammering suggest they may well leave the Scottish system.their prospect s as bleak as Fylde

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Berwick will almost certainly drop into the Lowland League.
Hope you're right.theyve lost eight in a row.cove have a similar sequence of victories and a new ground to look forward to

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Re: Play Off Final

Postby PBBee » 11 May 2019, 20:38

Psycho wrote:
ninestein wrote:Agreed. Salford would have been more of a threat. Now BT Sport can focus on the rest of us, unless they idolise Notts County...


I've been to Meadow Lane twice and they showed the ground on Football Focus at lunchtime.

Blimey, that ground is HUGE. National League teams are going to enjoy playing there at what is easily a Championship- quality stadium. If they get off to a bad start it could work against them. Presumably they'll play Chesterfield over the festive season twice. Could set a new record for biggest ever non-league attendance!


Thought I’d look at the current record - Bristol Rovers 7-0 Alfreton, 25/05/15. All in vain though hey!

Wasn’t the Carlisle 1-3 Barnet 3 game in 04/05 the record at the time. 9000 Cumbrians & about 200 Bees!
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Re: Play Off Final

Postby rudebwoyben » 12 May 2019, 00:28

hoofer2 wrote:These marches should never be played at Wembley. Decent sized Stadium e.g. Stoke, Ipswich, Forest, Bramall Lane, The Valley etc. Would be much better.....


Why not? Just because this final had a terrible attendance? There were 50k odd at the Bristol Rovers vs Grimsby Town final in 2015.
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Re: Play Off Final

Postby john dockers shorts » 12 May 2019, 06:25

Us Barnet fans are craving for that special day out at Wembley and we might end up playing in front of 15,000....who cares.

Seeing your team at Wembley is something many fans dream of and players.

For me there is something magical about the place
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Re: Play Off Final

Postby hendon4bee » 12 May 2019, 07:14

I am happy for Salford and have no bug to bear with the class of 92. Gary Neville I think was the leader of that group and he is a real football man. Why not put something back into grassroots football and give a team and area an injection of cash and publicity. I like their tidy little ground, our treatment there and the mini fan park. As I recall their entrance prices were very low. I hope they flourish next season as an advert for what non league football can produce.
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Re: Play Off Final

Postby hendon4bee » 12 May 2019, 07:15

And I would like Welling ans Spennymoor to join us. Another London trip and a trip to near Durham would be nice.
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Re: Play Off Final

Postby buzzinbee » 12 May 2019, 10:34

They got so carry away, that they were claiming to have won the League on social media. Hopefully we will be swapping places with them next season.

2015 play-off was an enjoyable day, the game was dire but the 50 odd Bees there were in great spirits.

Anyone doing the Vase/Trophy Finals next weekend? £25/£10 on the day.
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Re: Play Off Final

Postby rudebwoyben » 12 May 2019, 12:14

buzzinbee wrote:They got so carry away, that they were claiming to have won the League on social media. Hopefully we will be swapping places with them next season.

2015 play-off was an enjoyable day, the game was dire but the 50 odd Bees there were in great spirits.

Anyone doing the Vase/Trophy Finals next weekend? £25/£10 on the day.


The first half of that match was great but nerves took over for the remaining 75 minutes.
I reckon we’d take 15-20k for a Wembley play-off final.
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Re: Play Off Final

Postby alexbach » 12 May 2019, 14:01

john dockers shorts wrote:Us Barnet fans are craving for that special day out at Wembley and we might end up playing in front of 15,000....who cares.

Seeing your team at Wembley is something many fans dream of and players.

For me there is something magical about the place
Yes former Barnet fan Thomas Salinger disputed if borehamwood should have played there last season.Course they should.sent them a photo of Nicky Norton s kids dressed up with flags.bruno will always remember scoring there

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Re: Play Off Final

Postby hoofer2 » 12 May 2019, 18:12

hendon4bee wrote:And I would like Welling ans Spennymoor to join us. Another London trip and a trip to near Durham would be nice.

That's the kiss of death right there ;)
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Re: Play Off Final

Postby ninestein » 12 May 2019, 18:34

Woking and Chorley are promoted, so there's a good chance Tarpey will come back to haunt us with the cards next season.
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Re: Play Off Final

Postby Psycho » 13 May 2019, 10:03

ninestein wrote:Woking and Chorley are promoted, so there's a good chance Tarpey will come back to haunt us with the cards next season.


There's no doubt Woking are our ultimate bogey side. I think we've beaten them about twice in around 14 matches in the last 25 years (including FA Cup).
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Re: Play Off Final

Postby rudebwoyben » 13 May 2019, 10:12

Psycho wrote:
ninestein wrote:Woking and Chorley are promoted, so there's a good chance Tarpey will come back to haunt us with the cards next season.


There's no doubt Woking are our ultimate bogey side. I think we've beaten them about twice in around 14 matches in the last 25 years (including FA Cup).


You have to always lose to a team to call them a bogey side. Always drawing against them is not the same!
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