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    Re: Chris Weale departs

    Pate is currently booking a ticket to fly in from Trumpland urgently to save our sorry arses.

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    Re: Chris Weale departs

    Quote Originally Posted by Hants_red View Post
    I take it from this that he's responsible for the age groups as well.

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    Re: Chris Weale departs

    Quote Originally Posted by Alistair20000 View Post
    Pate is currently booking a ticket to fly in from Trumpland urgently to save our sorry arses.
    Can I get a refund on my S/T ?

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    Re: Chris Weale departs

    I'm worried Clive Pring will leave : he might think the grass is greener on the other side.

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    Re: Chris Weale departs

    You may scoff but didn't we lose our groundsman to that lot down the road a few seasons ago - think it was Tony Babcock

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    Re: Chris Weale departs

    Quote Originally Posted by Hants_red View Post
    [...] will involve working evenings, weekends and match days.
    Quite easy to see why the job would cause a strain on family life, especially when a fair number of away fixtures require overnight stays and even 'close' ones mean you get back past the kids' bedtime.

    Good luck for the future, Chris.

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    Re: Chris Weale departs

    What's wrong with a bit of multi-tasking ? Taylor used to be a goalie and, if he's not wearing the No 1 jersey himself, could coach a bit. As for a physio, well MT's in the dugout anyway so what's stopping him running on with bucket and sponge eh ? Think of the money we'd save.

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    Re: Chris Weale departs

    Quote Originally Posted by Billy The Fish View Post
    What's wrong with a bit of multi-tasking ? Taylor used to be a goalie and, if he's not wearing the No 1 jersey himself, could coach a bit. As for a physio, well MT's in the dugout anyway so what's stopping him running on with bucket and sponge eh ? Think of the money we'd save.
    Do you think he could push a mower at the same time as he is on the pitch doing the physio bit ?

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    Re: Chris Weale departs

    Good thinking. Can't abide laziness.

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    Re: Chris Weale departs

    Quote Originally Posted by IndoMike View Post
    I'm worried Clive Pring will leave : he might think the grass is greener on the other side.
    If you are referring to a fishing village down the A38 you need to ask yourself some serious questions Indo.

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