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Reserves Now Behind Closed Doors
Reserves Now Behind Closed Doors
Monday, 21st Nov 2011 12:52

Town reserves friendly against West Ham at Playford Road on Tuesday will now be played behind closed doors. The Blues had initially said that fans would be able to watch the match.

The decision to play the game without spectators present may make Icelandic trialist Teddy Bjarnason's involvement more likely.

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BLUEBEAT added 13:28 - Nov 21
Clegg's fault
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newboy added 13:34 - Nov 21
That's a shame the last couple of games have been more entertaining than the first team games with the younger players showing promise
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trueblue1970 added 15:33 - Nov 21
Im off this week and was going, Boooo Clegg out
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depressed added 15:36 - Nov 21
No explanation as to why ?
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safeashouses added 15:53 - Nov 21
What is going on ! PJ obviously still in bad mood after ANOTHER defeat ! Not sure whats so precious about watching Healy,Kennedy,O Connor etc etc. Waste of time anyway! The club has lost its soul!!!!!!
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bluelady added 16:16 - Nov 21
Safeashouses not sure its his call?!!!!!
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cornishnick added 16:21 - Nov 21
Best way. Should put the 1st team behind closed doors as well with the sort of chod they turn out
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brittaniaman added 16:36 - Nov 21
I was looking forward to Playford Rd. as we had not seen a game for ages,
Now it has to be Plan B, which Jewillio does not seem to have.So we have got to wait for Sat. now !!!!!!
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mouldyoldough added 17:30 - Nov 21
Obviously not behind barn doors as our strikers cannot hit one !!
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mouldyoldough added 17:30 - Nov 21
Obviously not behind barn doors as our strikers cannot hit one !!
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PhilTWTD added 17:58 - Nov 21
Think the change of heart re fans was due to trialists on either or both sides. Makes it easier from an administrative perspective if it's not a public game I think in terms of getting clearance for trialists.
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BLUEBEAT added 18:08 - Nov 21
BOOOOOOOO talking sense out!
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nearly50yearsblue added 19:05 - Nov 21
After watching over 1300 home games,I suppose they could play the next 2 Saturday's behind closed doors
I still seem to be magnetised even with the dross of the last 5 years.
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h32 added 20:07 - Nov 21
........ I think there would be less people concerned if they decided to play Reading behind closed doors - excluding 'the easily satisfied brigade' of course, who are happy to watch anything, and know no better.
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EatonBlue added 21:02 - Nov 21
Are there actually any doors at Playford Road?
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tellitasiseeit added 21:43 - Nov 21
Eatonblue If they do not fit into Paul Jewells way of playing ie Diamond formation they would be shown the Door pretty quick.Whats the betting most, or all of the first team will be playing .Forget the reserves, the reserves hardly get a look in now. Bring back the reserve games that we used to be able to play in at least it gave them some incentive to improve,instead of stagnation. COYB
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bobble added 01:50 - Nov 22
roy keanes fault the useless lump
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bobble added 06:06 - Nov 22
i heard they play naked behind closed doors with only a team coloured wooly hat to recognise their team mates is this true ?
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blrmy added 07:11 - Nov 22
Clegg's fault. Sack Jewell. Keane out. Etc. It's cold this morning, boo! Clegg out. Sack the manager. Presumably the usual posters cut and paste their response to every story? One thing to rely on in life is the predictability of TWTD news comments!!!
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bobble added 09:00 - Nov 22
it is 30c plus today and if people are sick of the same posters why don't they get some new ones ? i had a lovely debbie harry one when i was younger
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llewej_tuo added 20:19 - Nov 22
1ST TEAM SHOULD BE BEHIND CLOSD DOORS ......
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