WHO Poll
Q: 2023/24 Hopes & aspirations for this season
a. As Champions of Europe there's no reason we shouldn't be pushing for a top 7 spot & a run in the Cups
24%
  
b. Last season was a trophy winning one and there's only one way to go after that, I expect a dull mid table bore fest of a season
17%
  
c. Buy some f***ing players or we're in a battle to stay up & that's as good as it gets
19%
  
d. Moyes out
37%
  
e. New season you say, woohoo time to get the new kit and wear it it to the pub for all the big games, the wags down there call me Mr West Ham
3%
  



Leonard Hatred 5:57 Mon Apr 9
The Vanarama National League.
Someone furnish me with an explanation for the promotion and play-offs.

Current table is as follows;

Macclesfield
______________
Sutton
Aldershot
______________
Tranmere
Borehamwood
Wrexham
Fylde
______________

Why the 3 separations?

Replies - Newest Posts First (Show In Chronological Order)

sanfrancis-co-uk 11:45 Tue Apr 10
Re: The Vanarama National League.
The Cannon was a fucking dangerous place.God help anyone who went in there and fucked around.

Shotguns,chainsaws,even saw Mick the hump(Bartender) get found guilty of nearly accidentaly burning the place down and he got hung(literally) for a couple of minutes,until Bill the Biker whipped out a Samurai sword and cut him down.

Then the football started.

WHU(Exeter) 11:34 Tue Apr 10
Re: The Vanarama National League.
The lower down the pyramid, the more often you will hear the tactical instruction of "SQUEEZE" being bellowed from the touchline.

Went to one non-League game and just as the home side kicked off, someone shouted "get rid of it"!!...that was a fan though, not their manager.

lab 7:57 Tue Apr 10
Re: The Vanarama National League.
The Cannon..... Fucking scary at times . Had a drink in Ash before jumping on the train , occasionally start at the Railway in Frimley. Great days . The ICF would never had coped !!!

Northern Sold 5:03 Tue Apr 10
Re: The Vanarama National League.
Leonard Hatred 6:38 Mon Apr 9
Re: The Vanarama National League.
If you're referring to MORGAN FERRIER, he went from.Borehamwood to D&R, the D&R owner pulled his money out and fucked off, and MF went back to THE WOOD on a cheap deal


No not him... Steve Heffer

sanfrancis-co-uk 5:02 Tue Apr 10
Re: The Vanarama National League.
Coffee 4:12 Tue Apr 10

That was still happening in the 80's mate,when we were still a league club.I missed a lot of the kick offs as I'd still be in The Cannon across the street!

UNIHAMMERED 5:00 Tue Apr 10
Re: The Vanarama National League.
Also from Step 3 down there are going to be more leagues with fewer teams in each leagues. Never quite understood that, as yes there's less travelling but also less home games to generate income from.

UNIHAMMERED 4:58 Tue Apr 10
Re: The Vanarama National League.
ACIrons 4:36 Tue Apr 10
Re: The Vanarama National League.

Correct. There is also a growing trend of teams winning their respective leagues and refusing promotion due to the cost of travel.

ACIrons 4:36 Tue Apr 10
Re: The Vanarama National League.
The entire non league pyramid is being rejigged a bit this season, more play offs, less relegations in some divisions. They are trying to make it more regional so teams don't have to fork out so much for travelling around.

Coffee 4:12 Tue Apr 10
Re: The Vanarama National League.
sanfrancis-co-uk 4:03 Tue Apr 10

Me too, but mostly in the early and mid-1970s. They used to do a strange thing with the kick-off. The centre forward would pass it short to the fellow next to him, who would then send it straight out to the wing. Strange, but they always did it. Dunno if that continued into non-league days.

sanfrancis-co-uk 4:03 Tue Apr 10
Re: The Vanarama National League.
Spent a lot of my yoof at the Rec, lab watching the Shots.Decent size crowds for non league.

Italian hammer 4:00 Tue Apr 10
Re: The Vanarama National League.
Vananarama?
Cruel summer?

lab 9:55 Tue Apr 10
Re: The Vanarama National League.
Visit The Rec Len and support the Shots, it gets quite tense watching real football,oh, and you don't need binoculars.

terry-h 9:07 Mon Apr 9
Re: The Vanarama National League.
I wonder how long Leyton Orient will be stuck there. Currently they are 29 points behind leaders Macclesfield. It's not fair on Barry Hearne who would like to sell the ground before he snuffs it.

Leonard Hatred 7:56 Mon Apr 9
Re: The Vanarama National League.
THE THUMBING OF BARRY

the coming of gary 6:46 Mon Apr 9
Re: The Vanarama National League.
i saw Morgan FERRIER play for daggers. good strong forward... Dagenham also sold Oliver HAWKINS to Portsmouth, and Jodi JONES to Coventry.
.

Leonard Hatred 6:38 Mon Apr 9
Re: The Vanarama National League.
If you're referring to MORGAN FERRIER, he went from.Borehamwood to D&R, the D&R owner pulled his money out and fucked off, and MF went back to THE WOOD on a cheap deal.

Northern Sold 6:28 Mon Apr 9
Re: The Vanarama National League.
MATE used to skipper BOREHAMWOOD... he left the Daggers to go there as they paid him more dosh... work that out?

Sven Roeder 6:26 Mon Apr 9
Re: The Vanarama National League.
Am guessing they started to copy the 8 team finals system of the Australian Football league but lost their nerve when it got to the double chance and preliminary finals.

Leonard Hatred 6:13 Mon Apr 9
Re: The Vanarama National League.
GO ON THE WOOD.

Spandex Sidney 6:03 Mon Apr 9
Re: The Vanarama National League.
JAFKD is right Len, second and third placed teams go straight into the semi final playoffs, 4th to 7th play down to two teams to face them then the winner of the final goes up with the team that wins the league.

Spandex Sidney 6:00 Mon Apr 9
Re: The Vanarama National League.
Hmm, not sure Len?

I thought the top team were promoted with one other that wins the playoffs? I do know four go down.

Page 1 - Next




Copyright 2006 WHO.NET | Powered by: