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1 The Buxton debacle. on Sat Nov 29 2014, 21:13

From snippets i'm hearing we were awful.

Can anybody who was there fill us in on the detail's please?

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2 Re: The Buxton debacle. on Sat Nov 29 2014, 23:02

Anyone out there?
Anyone go?
Any report?

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3 Re: The Buxton debacle. on Sun Nov 30 2014, 00:07

Tricky Tree wrote:Anyone out there?
Anyone go?
Any report?

I think a lot of people are losing the will at the moment Tricky,a very low level of entertainment,some of the poorest football played by Stour in many years.

Sad really and little reason for optimism.

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4 Re: The Buxton debacle. on Sun Nov 30 2014, 10:32

Devil's Advocate wrote:
Tricky Tree wrote:Anyone out there?
Anyone go?
Any report?

I think a lot of people are losing the will at the moment Tricky,a very low level of entertainment,some of the poorest football played by Stour in many years.

Sad really and little reason for optimism.

I saw all this coming well over a year ago. Last year's cup run just papered over the cracks. Team full of players who just don't give a shit. The club has lost it's heart and soul. No togetherness, no bonding. Do these players who we have at the moment actually speak? Do they interact and socialise? Can anybody imagine this lot going on an end of season piss up with the management and fans? No. They couldn't care less. Here for the money, no loyalty to the club or the town, everything non league football shouldn't be. I'd sooner be playing back in the Midland Alliance with the 150-180 regulars with a team full of Stourbridge lads. The club has lost it's core. I mentioned this previously in the Matlock thread. Players and characters were what made the club so special. Craig Slater, Lewis Solly, Rocky, Jamie Oliver, big Nath, Lloydy, James Dyson,Ross Collins, Ryan Rowe, Ryan Mahon, Sean Evans, Sean Geddes, Wurzel, the list goes on and on. Great people, played with pride and passion, all mixed and socialised with each other,the management, supporters. In reality,looking back, the cup runs were probably what has ruined the club. The general apathy around the place is evident. Even the characters off the pitch have all slowly disappeared. Simon Morris,the Beast, Alex,Matt,Bernard,Mike from the Mitre,Nick and Ollie Clarke,Me! Again the list goes on and on. Great people,great characters all alienated from the club in some way or another. We had great days, great laughs,watched some great football. It makes me so sad now to reflect on everything. I'll never forget the night at Kendal in the FA Trophy replay, we played pretty much a 4-2-4 that night, Sean Evans on left wing, Wurzel on the right, Rowey and John Griffin up front, best attacking football I've ever had the pleasure to watch. Put 6 past them, could have been 12. Don't think we will ever see those days again.

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5 Re: The Buxton debacle. on Sun Nov 30 2014, 12:25

Nath wrote:
Devil's Advocate wrote:
Tricky Tree wrote:Anyone out there?
Anyone go?
Any report?

I think a lot of people are losing the will at the moment Tricky,a very low level of entertainment,some of the poorest football played by Stour in many years.

Sad really and little reason for optimism.

I saw all this coming well over a year ago. Last year's cup run just papered over the cracks. Team full of players who just don't give a shit. The club has lost it's heart and soul. No togetherness, no bonding. Do these players who we have at the moment actually speak? Do they interact and socialise? Can anybody imagine this lot going on an end of season piss up with the management and fans? No. They couldn't care less. Here for the money, no loyalty to the club or the town, everything non league football shouldn't be. I'd sooner be playing back in the Midland Alliance with the 150-180 regulars with a team full of Stourbridge lads. The club has lost it's core. I mentioned this previously in the Matlock thread. Players and characters were what made the club so special. Craig Slater, Lewis Solly, Rocky, Jamie Oliver, big Nath, Lloydy, James Dyson,Ross Collins, Ryan Rowe, Ryan Mahon, Sean Evans, Sean Geddes, Wurzel, the list goes on and on. Great people, played with pride and passion, all mixed and socialised with each other,the management, supporters. In reality,looking back, the cup runs were probably what has ruined the club. The general apathy around the place is evident. Even the characters off the pitch have all slowly disappeared. Simon Morris,the Beast, Alex,Matt,Bernard,Mike from the Mitre,Nick and Ollie Clarke,Me! Again the list goes on and on. Great people,great characters all alienated from the club in some way or another. We had great days, great laughs,watched some great football. It makes me so sad now to reflect on everything. I'll never forget the night at Kendal in the FA Trophy replay, we played pretty much a 4-2-4 that night, Sean Evans on left wing, Wurzel on the right, Rowey and John Griffin up front, best attacking football I've ever had the pleasure to watch. Put 6 past them, could have been 12. Don't think we will ever see those days again.

Are you saying that playing defenders as strikers, strikers as defenders, with no wingers isnt the way ahead!

Great post Nath.

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6 Re: The Buxton debacle. on Sun Nov 30 2014, 14:08

Oh at ******* last , someone saying everything I've been saying for the last 18 months,I've kept my mouth shut just lately because I got shouted down,
Great post nath.
I believe it has gone stale and it's time for a change,what yo lot think?

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7 Re: The Buxton debacle. on Sun Nov 30 2014, 16:49

Man of the Match voting was as follows:

DREW CANAVAN 9 votes
Paul McCone 8
Kayelden Brown 2
Leon Broadhurst 1
Phileas Fogg 1

The wine was won by PHIL PAYNE.

Thanks to all who took part.

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8 Re: The Buxton debacle. on Sun Nov 30 2014, 17:28

Brian Handy wrote:Man of the Match voting was as follows:

DREW CANAVAN 9 votes
Paul McCone 8
Kayelden Brown 2
Leon Broadhurst 1
Phileas Fogg 1

The wine was won by PHIL PAYNE.

Thanks to all who took part.

No match report Brian?

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9 Re: The Buxton debacle. on Sun Nov 30 2014, 19:48

Tricky Tree wrote:
Brian Handy wrote:Man of the Match voting was as follows:

DREW CANAVAN 9 votes
Paul McCone 8
Kayelden Brown 2
Leon Broadhurst 1
Phileas Fogg 1

The wine was won by PHIL PAYNE.

Thanks to all who took part.

No match report Brian?


Did anyone actually go to Buxton yesterday?

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10 Re: The Buxton debacle. on Sun Nov 30 2014, 19:56

A closer inspection of Brian's Man of the Match breakdown proves quite interesting reading.....Three out of the four players with votes were Canavan, McCone and Broadhurst. The only 3 players left standing from the Stourbridge of recent years. Just about says it all about the current crop of players doesn't it.

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11 Re: The Buxton debacle. on Sun Nov 30 2014, 19:57

A closer inspection of Brian's Man of the Match breakdown proves quite interesting reading.....Three out of the four players with votes were Canavan, McCone and Broadhurst. The only 3 players left standing from the Stourbridge of recent years. Just about says it all about the current crop of players doesn't it.

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12 Re: The Buxton debacle. on Sun Nov 30 2014, 20:11

Obviously no one who cares can be bothered to do a report Nath.

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13 Buxton Debacle on Sun Nov 30 2014, 20:15

Lack of direction, self belief and confidence. But now's the time to get behind the team. However if you want to check out what we're missing, watch Sean Geddes' goal on his twitter - absolutely brilliant.

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14 Re: The Buxton debacle. on Sun Nov 30 2014, 20:22

Yep.. Other managers can get the best out of him but Gary and co couldn't ???

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15 Re: The Buxton debacle. on Sun Nov 30 2014, 20:23

I see phileas fogg got one vote!! His he our new centre forward?

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16 Re: The Buxton debacle. on Sun Nov 30 2014, 20:36

Baggiestour wrote:I see phileas fogg got one vote!! His he our new centre forward?

If he is, I hope he doesn't expect to play up front.

My guess would be right back!

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17 Re: The Buxton debacle. on Sun Nov 30 2014, 20:41

Lol, nice one

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18 Re: The Buxton debacle. on Sun Nov 30 2014, 20:51

Remind me again how much we let Sean go for.

How long do you keep backing the decisions made before anything is done to rectify the problems?

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19 Re: The Buxton debacle. on Sun Nov 30 2014, 20:58

Still not a match report in sight. I'm starting to think that Brian made up those Man of the Match votes to make it look like some people actually bothered going! Laughing

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20 Re: The Buxton debacle. on Sun Nov 30 2014, 21:10

Jack

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Website, folks.

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21 Re: The Buxton debacle. on Sun Nov 30 2014, 21:14

Jack wrote:Website, folks.

Trouble is with the website Jack is that it's the club's version of events, not necessarily the full gory details.

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22 Re: The Buxton debacle. on Sun Nov 30 2014, 21:15

Mrs has got flaming X-Factor on, so thought I would crunch some numbers!

Below is a list of points per games ratio for seasons since we reached our current level.

2008/09 1.19pts
2009/10 1.66pts
2010/11 1.55pts
2011/12 1.71pts
2012/13 1.97pts
2013/14 1.90pts
2014/15 1.52pts (to date)

affraid

#bored

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23 Re: The Buxton debacle. on Sun Nov 30 2014, 21:16

Nath wrote:
Jack wrote:Website, folks.

Trouble is with the website Jack is that it's the club's version of events, not necessarily the full gory details.

Exactly and what's the point in having a forum if people who went to games aren't going to let those who didn't up to date with reports, gossip etc?

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24 Re: The Buxton debacle. on Sun Nov 30 2014, 21:20

brockmoor wrote:Mrs has got flaming X-Factor on, so thought I would crunch some numbers!

Below is a list of points per games ratio for seasons since we reached our current level.

2008/09 1.19pts
2009/10 1.66pts
2010/11 1.55pts
2011/12 1.71pts
2012/13 1.97pts
2013/14 1.90pts
2014/15 1.52pts (to date)

affraid

#bored


I'm impressed mate. Not even TRM ever came out with anything like that!

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25 Re: The Buxton debacle. on Sun Nov 30 2014, 21:22

Sean £500.

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