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The Barmy Bog End Army » Matte Pierson » Today 6:14 pm

gary walker
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Maybe we could  get Jordan Bradley in to develop Matt. They would work very well together.

The Barmy Bog End Army » Tooting fans attending Billericay away Today » Today 5:56 pm

gary walker
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I heard Jordan and their player got sent off ?

Just watched a video of their goal,an obstructionon on our Tooting Keeper Matt for the second ball after the cross.

The Barmy Bog End Army » Tooting fans attending Billericay away Today » Today 5:52 pm

evthedog
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There I was at 90 mins, watching the scores and happy with a draw against the table toppers, when I went to make a cup of coffee...what a blow when I got back to the pc.

The Barmy Bog End Army » Matte Pierson » Today 11:55 am

dac123
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Judging by who we are playing and our defensive form so far he will certainly be busy! Let's hope we can keep the oppo keeper busy as well.

Welcome back Matte!

The Barmy Bog End Army » Tooting fans attending Billericay away Today » Today 11:44 am

dac123
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Does anyone know what the nearest rail station is? Looking to leave shortly and not sure which station is closest

The Barmy Bog End Army » Home v Folkestone » Today 11:15 am

59robbery
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Does indeed seem to be the case. Folkestone's website says:

Invicta's Velocity Trophy Bostik League Cup tie away to VCD Athletic, tonight (Tuesday) was posptoned because of a floodlight failure at Oakwood.The match will now be played next Tuesday, September 26 if someone can find 50p for the meter!!That will mean that our away league game with Tooting & Mitcham will have to be re-arranged.

The Barmy Bog End Army » Matte Pierson » Today 11:09 am

59robbery
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Welcome back to Matte today.

Matte has clearly been in good form for Whyteleafe so far this season - conceding only 5 goals in 8 games. Let's hope our defence gives him some good protection to ensure that good form continues.

The Barmy Bog End Army » Tooting fans attending Billericay away Today » Today 9:54 am

alanj
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Gary with the prices he is charging, how will I afford my bottle of Bolly?

The Barmy Bog End Army » Tooting fans attending Billericay away Today » Today 9:23 am

gary walker
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Alan , he says rocking up in his Mercedes-Benz 😅

The Barmy Bog End Army » Tooting fans attending Billericay away Today » Today 9:11 am

alanj
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Not only do they rob us old pensioners to park but also to enter the ground.
Shame! no wonder he has a bob or two.

The Barmy Bog End Army » Home v Folkestone » Today 9:05 am

Bondy
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I know this has probably been posted somewhere and I have missed it.
And it would certainly have been included in DeePee's excellent programmes.
However........just in case anyone (else) has missed this......our game against Folkestone scheduled for Tuesday appears to be off as they still involved in the league cup.

The Barmy Bog End Army » Hamlet » Today 8:57 am

Routemaster
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Matt York (City)

The Barmy Bog End Army » Tooting fans attending Billericay away Today » Today 8:27 am

gary walker
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Visiting fans travelling by train will find two taxi ranks outside the station. A Cab journey to the ground should cost around £5.00.

Alternatively the High Street is a short walk from the train station and is home to several pubs, restaurants and café’s. The High Street is 10-15 minute walk from the ground.

The AGP Arena is open from 12:30pm.

For those driving to the match there is secure parking available for £5.00, or street parking is limited along Tye Common Road.

The clubs address is AGP Arena, Blunts Wall Road, Billericay, Essex CM12 9SA.

Admission
2017-18 Admission prices to New Lodge are:
· Adults £11.00
· Concessions (Over 65’s and Student card holders) £8.00
· Under 18s £4

Anyone wishing to attend this match is asked to get to the ground early to purchase a ticket as money is not taken on the turnstiles any more.

Tickets can also be bought for the League Cup match against Barking. As this is not a league match season tickets cannot be accepted to gain entry.

The ‘Town Crier’, the official matchday magazine, is available inside the ground for £3.00.

The Barmy Bog End Army » Frank speaks a lot of since » Yesterday 9:49 pm

gary walker
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Frank could ask Glen if we could have Jack Gibbens back. Quality Quality seasoned Ryman Premier keeper. A Billericay player on loan to Heyward Swifts.  He would come if asked.

The Barmy Bog End Army » Frank speaks a lot of since » Yesterday 8:50 pm

casey
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We have got Matt Pierson back in squad.But couldn't see Tenny or Dines in match squad.Go at them,nothing to lose,but our goal difference.

The Barmy Bog End Army » Frank speaks a lot of since » Yesterday 7:35 pm

gary walker
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Tooting & Mitcham head to Bostik League Premier Division leaders Billericay Town tomorrow.

And Terrors boss Frank Wilson reckons that the money splashed out by Glenn Tamplin on the Essex outfit – signing the likes of Jermaine Pennant and Paul Konchesky – is a positive for the division.

“Billericay’s involvement in this league creates hype,” said Wilson.

“We have got to take confidence that Leatherhead went there and, by all accounts, should have got something. Kingstonian won there on the first day of the season.

“It is David v Goliath. Can we go there and cause an upset? That’s what most teams who go to Billericay this season will look to do. The task that Glenn and his side have got is that every team who lines up against them will be more determined, because of who they are and what they are doing.

“These sort of games add extra value to the competition. I’m looking forward to meeting Glenn, he looks to be a bit of a character. He seems incredibly passionate and emotive. It’s probably why he gets drawn into debates and arguments in the media or on Twitter.

“Any Galacticos team at this level is going to attract interest and people will try and disrupt it. But I don’t care about that. It is teams closer to the top five who have to keep a closer eye on Billericay, as opposed to us. It is more important we think about ourselves.”

Tooting are second from bottom in the table but recently boosted their forward options by signing Omar Folkes, who has scored in his first two league outings.

“He had been at Worthing but signed for us a couple of weeks ago,” explained Wilson. “Since coming in he has been fantastic. The challenge is consistency.”

Tooting bowed out of the Velocity Cup on Tuesday as they lost 4-3 on penalties to Merstham.

Elijah Simpson had equalised for the Terrors to take the tie at the KNK Stadium into a shootout.
Wilson said: “The club have decided that competition and the Surrey Senior Cup will be ones for o

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