Tis a bit annoying! Good point tho Bowk's. Once every 2/3 weeks would be good.
It isnt just the 9 O' clockers turning up late, what about their warm ups etc? Wont be too good for the teams if they injure themselves 'cos of that!
How about they spend 15 mins warming up and maybe a quick circuit round school?
As for second / third teamers (except a few) Bowks, dont have a clue flower. Maybe its their attitude that they dont need to train? Or are they confident of their place in the team or sumert? They've been told many times bout training by myself, Scotcher & even Steve G has mentioned it once. Goes back to what you mentioned earlier, cant they make it at least every 2 weeks or so?
Be nice to see more second teamers turning up tho if we want to stand a chance of winning somert this season.
I can't go training these days as I would not be able walk on Saturday and as that is all I do anyway in a match - I would have to retire!
However I have heard it mentioned by some of the 3rd team lads who must have been to a training session sometime - that training was totally first team focussed and that they felt a bit sidelined. That may well be inevitable as most of the people there are first teamers and it is run by the first team coach.
How come only Me and Wilko from the third team should come training? Is that cos you can't name anybody else in the third team or are we both just exceptionally gifted for the third team!! I know I should come training and have thought about it quite a lot recently, I was even discussing it with Alley and Rich B over the weekend. However I've been suffering with pain in my heel for a for a couple of months now which usually means that I can't play two days running. As I play on a Monday this tends to rule out Tuesdays. Anyway it would only be for my own fitness as it would make no difference to which team I played in. Besides I'd miss half the footy by the time I got back from the run!!!
Post by another concerned person on Jan 25, 2006 18:36:33 GMT
i personally feel there is a divide growing between certain people at the club, but not through anyones actions in particular. its impossible for everyone in a club this size to agree on everything, friction is bound to mount over certain issues such as selection or training
it depends what aspect we're talking about, socially people are going to get on or not get on whatever happens,
if we're talking football, its clear that certain ( nameless ) members in the club haven't been happy with either tactics or selection at least once this season, you only have to listen to post match chatting to hear that
Post by lets all be team mates on Jan 25, 2006 19:13:29 GMT
why dont we all get on with it as we are top of the prem and still in the cup footballs all about opinions and personalities but if we are still in with a shout THATS WHAT MATTERS lets all try and mix abit better as we in the end are all team mates