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Football at the Fullicks

Postby Chrisgump11 » Sat Mar 03, 2018 3:02 pm

Twice in a year (give or take) I find myself at The Fullicks. Credit to everyone here for clearing the stadium of snow and ice for Folkestone Invicta v Harlow Town

This is Scott Lindsay’s old stamping ground I think. A home win will keep Invicta in the promotion mix. Hope I bring them good luck

Late decision to play means the kitchen is behind with its preparations. Come guys I need my chips!
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Re: Football at the Fullicks

Postby Chrisgump11 » Sat Mar 03, 2018 5:05 pm

Oh dear. Harlow keeper playing a blinder. Invicta should be 3 or 4 up but he made several stunning saves.

Then Harlow took a shock lead on 44. A minute earlier and I’d be £20 richer!

About 600 noisy football lovers here, 590 of which will want to see Invicta turn it around
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Re: Football at the Fullicks

Postby michael » Sat Mar 03, 2018 5:12 pm

agree-important game.
know the stadium well-and nice club.
played against harvey grammar school just down the road many times in my yoof

that given-willing Folkestone to lose as need margate to minimally get to play-offs .

Interesting that dover also have their game v Orient on today
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Re: Football at the Fullicks

Postby Chrisgump11 » Sat Mar 03, 2018 5:56 pm

1-1 after a more even second half. Thoroughly enjoyable
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Re: Football at the Fullicks

Postby John Whiffen » Mon Mar 05, 2018 12:45 am

michael wrote:agree-important game.
know the stadium well-and nice club.
played against harvey grammar school just down the road many times in my yoof

that given-willing Folkestone to lose as need margate to minimally get to play-offs .

Interesting that dover also have their game v Orient on today


This is not a “Jim” Harvey grammar school after one of your idols is it Michael ??? :D :D
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Re: Football at the Fullicks

Postby michael » Mon Mar 05, 2018 10:40 am

where is he these days ?

-a bit like the annual academy awards-no doubt the NLP will shortly be providing its annual one page self - publicising spread on harvey as he seeks to convince yet another club that 'he is the man ',before some may allege he gets 'found out 'again
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Re: Football at the Fullicks

Postby John Whiffen » Mon Mar 05, 2018 1:13 pm

michael wrote:where is he these days ?

-a bit like the annual academy awards-no doubt the NLP will shortly be providing its annual one page self - publicising spread on harvey as he seeks to convince yet another club that 'he is the man ',before some may allege he gets 'found out 'again


No idea, probably on a golf course somewhere !!
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