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Aylesbury United Discussion / Re: 125th anniversary
« on: February 17, 2021, 07:52:27 PM »
Aylesbury United Legends v Harry's Heroes.

lovely thought, but tbh, i don't think that many people will turn up to watch my all time Grimsby Town XI ;D ;D ;D
even if it is against hercy and dabber etc

Aylesbury United Discussion / Season tickets FAO Ken
« on: January 29, 2021, 07:43:23 PM »
FAO Ken - thanks for the offer to spin season tickets over to cover 21-22 season.
However, given that it seems the Gold Club members have continued to pay regardless , i feel it only right to decline your offer and will happily pay for a new season ticket next season. Despite the few games played, i thoroughly enjoyed the season, both on and off the pitch, and feel i got my money's worth.

i post this, not by trying to be a martyr, but in the hope of that others might do the same, and in so doing raise a few more shekels for the club .

Aylesbury United Discussion / Re: Search For A Song
« on: December 26, 2020, 10:56:19 AM »
The right song won! Be nice to get back and be able to hear it

Me plus 7 others in our WhatsApp group have now submitted objections and  I understand the local residents have objected en masse. More importantly the Environment Agency are dead set against ,which is major

Aylesbury United Discussion / Re: Search For A Song
« on: November 12, 2020, 07:11:53 PM »
Was unable to find 'Wycombe scum, you're going to die' by the Pineapple Platoon on youtube, so cant comment on that,although it sounds ideal :D ;D :D

The kids are united would work well, as would Country Roads, but only if it's the Toots and the Maytels version which is far more upbeat. Think tom hark is good but is already played elsewhere

The bar has been set v. High for club anthems ; imho you wont beat this one .hais on the back of your neck stuff


Aylesbury United Discussion / Re: Last chance to watch for a month
« on: November 01, 2020, 08:17:15 PM »
Another entertaining game, and an excellent performance ,especially first half when jellis/hercules/seaton and jones clever interplay had them at sixes and sevens. They had 5 chances and scored 4 goals whilst their keeper made 3 great saves and we had 1 cleared off the line. They won primarily because we were down to bare bones, tired after Wednesday s exertions and consequently made defensive mistakes. must add we scored two absolutely belting goals, 1 a brilliant bit of team play and the other a harry jones left foot beauty into the top corner from 20 yards
Thought ben seaton was superb but my motm goes to anthony ball who was everywhere, first defending, then next minute linking up with attack.god knows how many tackles he made
Nothing to be ashamed of, it was another super team performance in front of a large,appreciative crowd (243 apparently). Let's just hope they can drag one more good performance on wednesday before they have a well deserved months rest

Aylesbury United Discussion / Last chance to watch for a month
« on: November 01, 2020, 10:19:50 AM »
Let's hope plenty of us make the effort to get out there today and on Wednesday to give the lads the support they deserve

Aylesbury United Discussion / Just back
« on: October 28, 2020, 10:59:14 PM »
From a thoroughly entertaining  0-0 draw against the moaning big time Charlie's of Bedford (we guessed their wage bill must be about 10 times bigger than ours)
the difference being that they looked like a team of good individuals,  but we are a proper team with no stars who just battle for each other.
Just so different to Saturday in so many good ways. Think ben won the tactical battle , playing harry as a withdrawn 9 left their 2 lumps of centre halves with nothing to do and they were often exposed by our little skilful players playing at pace.think wood and riddick sitting in worked a treat as well.
Funny thing is despite their pressure, possession and constant corners in the 2nd half we had by far the best chances throughout the match.
In contrast to saturday we rediscovered our defensive solidity with doubling up, individual battles won, great tackles and superb blocks.
We played more football in the first 10 or 15 minutes than the whole 90 at Biggleswade.
Doc summed it up, thought he was v poor on saturday ,tonight he was motm with a monumental performance
Should hastily add that they played well to a man.bally and j.j. were back to their usual best ,whilst jake had his best game for ages.
Jack and riddick were excellent as a pair of defensive midfielders. Seaton and rudd were really trouble causers with their quickness and trickery.they were big, big losses when they went off.up front harry never stopped and competed manfully.
3 new boys all came on.lad from slough looked like a little boy but whipped a couple of good balls in.the forward from Hitchin looked an interesting prospect, showed a bit of pace and good technique, whilst Jamie is going to be a big plus.just has that bit of class and is such a good passer.
Once again well done Ben and the boys, another great game and another superb performance

Aylesbury United Discussion / Re: Ex-Ducks
« on: October 25, 2020, 10:01:12 AM »
The exquisitely named Oran Swales is turning out for Levvy Green and Chris Cordara Soanes, the legendary centre back, is at Harependen Town

Aylesbury United Discussion / Re: Biggleswade
« on: October 25, 2020, 09:13:59 AM »
Glad Ty is ok.can see both sides of the argument.i suggest we keep v.v. quiet and hope the League come up with a favourable decision😉!
Biggleswadecfully deserved their win, their blonde little 10 , the number 4 and the black lad up front were the best players on the pitch.as for us we were bloody awful ( as usual when we get a big following😞) summed up by the fact that I had ben seaton was my motm and he only played 45 minutes!
Lovely goal by us and over 50 away fans giving great support were the only highlights for us.
Ps we are still top of the league 8)

Aylesbury United Discussion / Re: Ex-Ducks
« on: October 18, 2020, 04:03:35 PM »
Where Dabber's boy Scott, is player coach

Aylesbury United Discussion / Re: Just back from another cracker
« on: October 18, 2020, 01:50:13 PM »
Worth adding it was our highest gate of the season and that it was worth 3000 in prize money and are also guaranteed a further 1000 for simplifying taking part in the next round.
I presume the draw is tomorrow is it?
Not too any unknown quantities ,as most out division seemed to win. Our old friends at Hastings and Marlow  ;) :-\  also got through

Aylesbury United Discussion / Just back from another cracker
« on: October 17, 2020, 08:38:15 PM »
After a few pints of XT4.This season just gets better and better. We haven't had a bad game all season. Have to say Tilbury were the better side, played just like us, but thought individually they were just a bit better ,stronger and quicker.having said that they didnt have the team spirit this lot have.
They dominated the 2nd half and fully deserved their equaliser, but we hung on in there.anthony ball,harry jones and hoppy personified the attitude that they might be better, but we werent going to give in. Doc and jordan also never gave up. First half akintunde and deacon gave them real problems.
4 brilliant penalties, compared to tilbury taking penalties like we did v moneyfields.
Great to be through and having learnt that money
Fair play to tilbury great support and a very good team to watch
A cracking day.well done ben and the boys

Aylesbury United Discussion / WE ARE TOP THE LEAGUE!
« on: October 10, 2020, 05:03:33 PM »
And when was the last time we could say that?
Well done Ben and the boys

Aylesbury United Discussion / Re: Just back, just so predictable
« on: October 07, 2020, 10:02:02 AM »
Maybe that's why in all the games I've seen we have looked so jittery at the back? Even jack looks fractious and frazzled in his on field behaviour. Is jordan Jenkins that big a miss?

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