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 Post subject: Re: York watch....
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Please take Gray back he isnt wanted here


You pinched him, so you're entitled to him!! Wonder what happens to the pre-season friendly, if he's sacked before the end of this season?


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Anyone has a link for York FC Fans forum please.

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https://www.tapatalk.com/groups/redandb ... ssions-f5/
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https://www.tapatalk.com/groups/redandbluenet/york-city-fc-discussions-f5/
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I go to the York Press. Click on any news story about York City FC and there are loads and loads of comments.

Here's one I have just copied.

"CHEEZY PUFFS12 hrs ago
This is all a bit late in the day. In fact it is rather pathetic.
Anybody with even a micro-gram of intelligence could have told the York players that every opposition team would regard playing against York, especially at BC, as a cup final.
The fact that this never seems to have occurred to the PROFESSIONAL FOOTBALLERS tells you all you need to know about the set up at the club.
Jason McGill has handed over the running of the Club to a man who is the worst manager in York City's history. Mr McGill has therefore abdicated all responsibility. This is the truth of the matter."

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I run the press forum posing as a York fan , they are all idiots on there


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Lookingbetter wrote:
I run the press forum posing as a York fan , they are all idiots on there


I assume you're the chap who logs on using about six different user names and winds everyone up for kicks?


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Nimrod wrote:
Lookingbetter wrote:
I run the press forum posing as a York fan , they are all idiots on there


I assume you're the chap who logs on using about six different user names and winds everyone up for kicks?

Yes lol elvis is one of them , i have some of them fooled


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Looks like york could be in for Whitby goalkeeper Shane Bland. There squad must be demoralised already with the amount of signings coming through the door.


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Looks like york could be in for Whitby goalkeeper Shane Bland. There squad must be demoralised already with the amount of signings coming through the door.

Is this the keeper who we scored 7 against,pretty sure it is,pretty average keeper on the night.If Gray signs him then what message does this send out to the York players signing players for the sake of it.Like Quakerz said, just like a kid in a sweet shop.Keep it going Martin you will have a FT squad of 30 at this rate.


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Looks like york could be in for Whitby goalkeeper Shane Bland. There squad must be demoralised already with the amount of signings coming through the door.


Bland isn't a bad keeper and its probably on the recommendation of Andy Collett who employs Bland at his academy.


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Looks like York have got Bland as they've just loaned an 18 year-old rookie keeper to Whitby. Must be Gray's sweetener to make the deal happen as Whitby said York's offer for Bland fell "substantially below a realistic valuation." They also warned York not to approach Bland directly... heaven forbid they would ever contemplate such a dodgy move.
Go on Gray, throw in a friendly against the Yorkshire giants as well.


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Stuff York, they say we are a nobody club on their forum but I think we are a better run club then them.
Loads of managers in the last few years, money thrown at everything re: players and they are only a point above us.
Our players haven't played well this season but I wouldn't swap any of them for Yorks and I'm sure ours will go on a good run sooner then later, come on Darlo.

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You wouldn't swap any of York's players for ours! You having a laugh, Scott for Ferguson first off.


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Well he was one of ours first but no they can keep him, we can win games without him.
Come on Darlo stuff the bloody lot of them.

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Lookingbetter wrote:
Nimrod wrote:
Lookingbetter wrote:
I run the press forum posing as a York fan , they are all idiots on there


I assume you're the chap who logs on using about six different user names and winds everyone up for kicks?

Yes lol elvis is one of them , i have some of them fooled


Sorry, but if you're not a York fan, but are pretending to be one and making OTT comments about York in that guise - then that's a cunnt's trick.

Years ago, we used to get Poolies posing as Darlo fans on here and on the Echo comments section to create division and mayhem, and we didn't like that one bit.

If we do the same to others then we're hypocrites.

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Plenty of moaning available to see on the yorkpress site after the draw yesterday - but leaving the footy to one side, these two posts caught my eye ---


"We now have a backroom staff that numbers wise would be more akin to a Championship club...If Tony Norman is employed as a GK Coach we will then have a Manager, Assistant Manager, Sporting Director, 2 Goalkeeping Coaches (Norman and Collett) and several Physios/Medical staff....Once again fair play to Jason for providing the financial support to the Manager..However, we should be beating the likes of Kidderminster."

..And this one


"I cant go to games anymore now but my doubts about YCFC are the underhand appointment of Gray which puts him in a poor light and the future playing in the Weetabix box at Monks Cross with no terracing and therefore no atmosphere."

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Mr Singh said this " I'm not expecting to get back any of the money I've already put in, I'm prepared to write it off for the future of the club. I'm not hanging in to make any kind of financial gain in the short or long term - if someone was prepared to come in and take the club off my hands, I'd be more than willing to discuss it"

Tamworth matchday programme 26 Nov 2011


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Did not know Norman was there as well...2 goalkeeping coaches at this level?..Jesus! Would imagine Gregan joining him in some capacity also, wonder what title Gray finds for him.?Probably the best thing for all parties that he left us for York, can imagine our board breathing a massive sigh of relief.

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Not forgetting the assistant kit manager's assistant...


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And Mr Harry Dunn, as was pointed out further down the thread.

Speaking of former DFC employees , I see that Psychologist Darren Sutton has disappeared from our pay roll too, mentioned in previous match programmes.

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Mr Singh said this " I'm not expecting to get back any of the money I've already put in, I'm prepared to write it off for the future of the club. I'm not hanging in to make any kind of financial gain in the short or long term - if someone was prepared to come in and take the club off my hands, I'd be more than willing to discuss it"

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Did not know Norman was there as well...2 goalkeeping coaches at this level?..Jesus! Would imagine Gregan joining him in some capacity also, wonder what title Gray finds for him.?Probably the best thing for all parties that he left us for York, can imagine our board breathing a massive sigh of relief.

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As I have said on here before, Collett is primarily an academy coach and only helped out on first team duties if he was around that day.


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Is there a reason people are still obsessing over Gray and what he's doing at York?

It's a bit pointless - rather like stalking an ex-girlfriend's Facebook page to check out her new partner.

He left weeks ago. We've moved on. I don't see how wishing him to fail, and using confirmation bias to home in on any negative comments about Gray, is in anyway helpful or constructive.

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Darlogramps wrote:
Is there a reason people are still obsessing over Gray and what he's doing at York?


Well, to answer your question, the main reason is I'm a bit bored, but it's interesting to see how he gets on and what other people think.

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Mr Singh said this " I'm not expecting to get back any of the money I've already put in, I'm prepared to write it off for the future of the club. I'm not hanging in to make any kind of financial gain in the short or long term - if someone was prepared to come in and take the club off my hands, I'd be more than willing to discuss it"

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And Mr Harry Dunn, as was pointed out further down the thread.

Speaking of former DFC employees , I see that Psychologist Darren Sutton has disappeared from our pay roll too, mentioned in previous match programmes.

The psychologist will be a huge loss then.
Certainly worked his magic regarding cup matches.


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Darlogramps wrote:
Is there a reason people are still obsessing over Gray and what he's doing at York?

It's a bit pointless - rather like stalking an ex-girlfriend's Facebook page to check out her new partner.

He left weeks ago. We've moved on. I don't see how wishing him to fail, and using confirmation bias to home in on any negative comments about Gray, is in anyway helpful or constructive.
I like watching c**** fail.

It's as simple as that really.

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Sadly some people have nothing better to do that invent rumours.

We will be playing at the arena again next season - fact.

Quakerz - if you actually attended games and spoke to people you might actually find our facts, rather than spreading s*** on this board.

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Did not know Norman was there as well...2 goalkeeping coaches at this level?..Jesus! Would imagine Gregan joining him in some capacity also, wonder what title Gray finds for him.?Probably the best thing for all parties that he left us for York, can imagine our board breathing a massive sigh of relief.

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They have about sixteen goalkeepers don't they?

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Sadly some people have nothing better to do that invent rumours.

We will be playing at the arena again next season - fact.

Quakerz - if you actually attended games and spoke to people you might actually find our facts, rather than spreading s*** on this board.

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If he's still in charge when York visit us next year, I'm sure he'll get a very warm reception from Darlo fans.


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