Dartford v Cheshunt Sat 13 Aug 2022

Man of the Match

Poll ended at Tue Aug 16, 2022 4:58 pm

Dan Wilks
0
No votes
Jordan Wynter
0
No votes
Samir Carruthers
7
19%
Connor Essam
2
5%
Tom Bonner
1
3%
Luke Coulson
0
No votes
Luke Allen
2
5%
Keiran Murtagh
2
5%
Davide Rodari
3
8%
Pierre Fonkeu
20
54%
Sam Odaudu
0
No votes
Maxwell Statham (Sub)
0
No votes
Dan Roberts (Sub)
0
No votes
Alex Wall (Sub)
0
No votes
 
Total votes: 37

Tony H
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Park Life wrote: Sun Aug 14, 2022 3:55 pm
Tony H wrote: Sun Aug 14, 2022 3:48 pm Has our second goal at Bath last weekend been officially credited to Fonkeu then?
Yeah i think so.
I was standing a couple of yards away and confirm he definitely got the last touch.
Good stuff, thanks PL
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Craig Edwards Interview - Cheshunt Manager

BRASSNECK
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Nice to hear an opponents manager giving a fair assessment of the game.
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BRASSNECK wrote: Sun Aug 14, 2022 7:07 pm Nice to hear an opponents manager giving a fair assessment of the game.
National South is a piece of pi.. of cake :lol:
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I have said I would like dartford to be sucsseful , so good luck I then said chestnut will be this years whipping boys , a opinion on a fans forum, it’s not disrespectful it’s a opinion it’s like arseholes , everyone’s got one, I though can have mine without fear of repuccusions , as I’m not easily bullied. Everyone who knows me, knows me knows I’m not a keyboard warrior , I’m easily traced etc. I went to welling yesterday and tho they weren’t amazing ( against a good Worthing side) there was a proper positivity about the place , and it felt like a club who were the pits trying to grow , food put the plastic served at dartford to shame and the bar tho slow even after losing didn’t have the bitchiness like Dartford’s bar does after every non winning game dartford a top team with fantastic facilities crowd 922( tho chestnut may have not brought many ) while welling with Worthing probably bringing 70/90got 812 .We weren’t the only dartford supporters there from last year , so think floaters will now float more. I won’t be posting on here anymore, I expect abuse for this post , fire away , I’ve just checked my pockets I’m out off f…ks so can’t give one to anyone , sorry. Good luck for year hope u do brilliant but I would prefer to go to a club with some fun left in it rather than ime wit backbitig I
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Lennylenny wrote: Sun Aug 14, 2022 8:54 pm I have said I would like dartford to be sucsseful , so good luck I then said chestnut will be this years whipping boys , a opinion on a fans forum, it’s not disrespectful it’s a opinion it’s like arseholes , everyone’s got one, I though can have mine without fear of repuccusions , as I’m not easily bullied. Everyone who knows me, knows me knows I’m not a keyboard warrior , I’m easily traced etc. I went to welling yesterday and tho they weren’t amazing ( against a good Worthing side) there was a proper positivity about the place , and it felt like a club who were the pits trying to grow , food put the plastic served at dartford to shame and the bar tho slow even after losing didn’t have the bitchiness like Dartford’s bar does after every non winning game dartford a top team with fantastic facilities crowd 922( tho chestnut may have not brought many ) while welling with Worthing probably bringing 70/90got 812 .We weren’t the only dartford supporters there from last year , so think floaters will now float more. I won’t be posting on here anymore, I expect abuse for this post , fire away , I’ve just checked my pockets I’m out off f…ks so can’t give one to anyone , sorry. Good luck for year hope u do brilliant but I would prefer to go to a club with some fun left in it rather than ime wit backbitig I


What an extremely strange post. Safe to assume you are one of Kings mates that still wants him in the job? Well we've moved on and hopefully for the better. Dowse clearly cares much more for the wider community of the club and that's something we should all be on board with.

I'm guessing you were expecting/hoping we were on 0 points by this point. Well unfortunately for you thats not the case.

If it is your last post, which I doubt it will be as the trolls/warriors always come back, then you won't be missed by myself.

For the record 922 was the highest attendance across the league by almost 100. I'm sure the only reason it was below the regular figure was due to the heat so that's also a strange way to fulfill your confusing narrative
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No more posts T. F. F, T,
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Re: Dartford v Cheshunt Sat 13 Aug 2022

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A more than decent start to the season with a number of quality performances by certain players, including Samir, Luke Coulson, Sam, Wilksy and Pierre. We certainly knocked the ball around with some style and but for some more clinical finishing would have ended the game more comfortably.

It’s always difficult to gage a performance against the level of opposition so early in the season but overall I was happy with the 3 points collected against a hard working Cheshunt side. And great to see young academy lad, Sam Oduadu, more than hold his own against experienced opponents. Dowse is to be applauded for promoting him into the first eleven and demonstrating that there is capability within the academy set up. What a fantastic incentive to other academy hopefuls that they will be given an opportunity to shine if they show the appropriate commitment and ability.

The first big test is coming up on Tuesday against full time Havant which will be another handy yardstick to measure our progression under Dowse. Looking forward to it.
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Having just watched the match highlights I hadn’t realised how prominent Luke Coulson was in many of our goal scoring opportunities but also putting in the hard work defensively, too. And our second goal was absolutely sublime.
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