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 Post subject: Re: Chester Set The Benchmark For Bad Seasons
PostPosted: Wed Aug 11, 2010 10:08 pm 
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Chester 3 FCUM 3.

FEAR US..... FOR WE ARE RESURRECTED!!!! :bolt:

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 Post subject: Re: Chester Set The Benchmark For Bad Seasons
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Resurrection Joe wrote:
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Chester 3 FCUM 3.

FEAR US..... FOR WE ARE RESURRECTED!!!! :bolt:


You gonna go to a few of their games this season?

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 Post subject: Re: Chester Set The Benchmark For Bad Seasons
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Chester 3 FCUM 3.

FEAR US..... FOR WE ARE RESURRECTED!!!! :bolt:


You gonna go to a few of their games this season?


yep.... now Al Capone's outta the picture

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 Post subject: Re: Chester Set The Benchmark For Bad Seasons
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Resurrection Joe wrote:
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Chester 3 FCUM 3.

FEAR US..... FOR WE ARE RESURRECTED!!!! :bolt:


You gonna go to a few of their games this season?


yep.... now Al Capone's outta the picture


Have you seen them this season?
They've signed a young LB, Chris Williams, from Llangefni (Cymru Alliance - think he may have played for them in the Welsh Premier)


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 Post subject: Re: Chester Set The Benchmark For Bad Seasons
PostPosted: Thu Aug 12, 2010 12:53 am 
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not yet, but they're nearly all from LoW.... they robbed half the Colwyn Bay team :ninja:

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 Post subject: Re: Chester Set The Benchmark For Bad Seasons
PostPosted: Thu Aug 12, 2010 12:56 am 
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FC were 3-0 up. :lol:

http://www.chester-city.co.uk/matches.asp

Match reports from previous matches, some good results there. Will walk that league.

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 Post subject: Re: Chester Set The Benchmark For Bad Seasons
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wahey!!!

Chester's first home game of the season attracts 2,734, they pound Trafford 6-0 and announce 2 new signings.... Pat Nevin & Perry Groves and Colin Murray turns up and hands over £2k of his own money 'to help out' :cheer:

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 Post subject: Re: Chester Set The Benchmark For Bad Seasons
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Chester have officially signed Pat Nevin and Perry Groves thanks to a unique sponsorship from the BBC's Colin Murray.

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The Match of the Day 2 host declared some months ago during a BBC Radio 5 Live interview with City Fans United's Jeff Banks that if the former top-flight footballers could be signed up to Chester's squad then he would donate £2,000 of his own money to the Club.

Last night, Murray proved true to his word as Nevin, a former Chelsea, Everton and Scotland international and former Arsenal man Perry Groves officially signed their forms on the Exacta Stadium pitch in front of a jubilant home crowd.

Perry Groves also stated that he would be ready and waiting for the call from Blues boss Neil Young should his services be required as he told the Chester Chronicle, "Colin’s doing the most, but I’m just pleased that Pat and myself are playing a small part in Chester resurrecting itself.

"My roots are from the Fourth Division with Colchester United and I remember getting a lot of beatings at Sealand Road back in the early 80s in the days of Stuart Rimmer.

"So to come back and celebrate what Chester fans have done is fantastic.

"Me and Pat are both big fans of grassroots football. You need the grassroots and if it wasn’t for Chester, the world would not have had Ian Rush, one of the greatest finishers of all time."

Murray, who refers to CFU as ‘The Blue Knights’ added, “Chester’s problems seemed to miss the headlines on a national level and at Five Live sport we try to represent all the fans, but in all honesty, Jeff Banks came on our show and he was a sound lad, and we just felt like it was a good project to get involved with.

“Chester is now our second team, and here’s to the future.”

Banks added: “To have the support from Colin Murray and also from Pat and Perry is fantastic.

“Despite the fact that they are going to be named as unused substitutes for the duration of the season, you never know, if things are going well on the pitch, Pat and Perry may receive a call- up from Neil Young!”

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 Post subject: Re: Chester Set The Benchmark For Bad Seasons
PostPosted: Sat Oct 02, 2010 12:56 am 
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Chester FC manager Neil Young has expressed his delight at capturing striker Kyle Wilson, who signed for the club today.

Wilson, one of Young's targets during the Summer, will bolster Chester's strike force as they aim for promotion from the Evo-Stik League 1 North.

The striker, who was FC United's leading scorer last season in the Unibond League with 24 goals in 32 appearances, then played briefly in the Football League for Macclesfield before returning on loan to FC United, where he scored 4 goals in 7 games.

Kyle then left for Hyde United before injury ruled him out of the side.

Young said, "We've been tracking Kyle for a while now, so naturally I'm delighted to have secured his signature.

His record at FC United was fantastic, and he'll add certain firepower to our attack this season."

Welcome to Chester FC, Kyle!

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 Post subject: Re: Chester Set The Benchmark For Bad Seasons
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I bet Reedo's not happy with that move... :rolleyes:

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 Post subject: Re: Chester Set The Benchmark For Bad Seasons
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Doesn't bother me, it's not like they poached him from FC. :shrug:

He did well last season as the stats show, the only problem was FC relied on him too much, he was like Rooney for United. Without him, FC were sh*te. Then he moved to Macc, and FC went on a winless run of about 8 games.

Players come and go at this level, it happens a lot. You get used to it. :p

If he's recovered well from his injury, hopefully he has, he'll knock them in for fun at Chester's level, if he gets the games.

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 Post subject: Re: Chester Set The Benchmark For Bad Seasons
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Good news for Chester then. About time they had some of that.

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 Post subject: Re: Chester Set The Benchmark For Bad Seasons
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Chester v FC United, 16 July 2011, Supporters Direct Cup

This year’s Supporters Direct Cup will be contested between Chester FC and FC United on 16 July 2011, exactly six years after our (FCUM) first ever game.

The match will be part of a Fans’ Weekend, the full details of which can be found on the SD website.

Further details about the game will be announced in due course.

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 Post subject: Re: Chester Set The Benchmark For Bad Seasons
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oh that Kyle Wilson's w@nk btw :p

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Chester promoted as champions on final day of season.

They went into last day with a goal difference of +8, and three points clear.

Chester lost 2-1, and the team in second (Skelmersdale) won 8-2.

Final table:

Chester 97pts (+71 gd)
Skelmersdale 97pts (+70)

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s'excitin' :snigger:

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Signed Jerome Wright and Scott McManus from FC, two of the best players. :sigh:

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Signed Jerome Wright and Scott McManus from FC, two of the best players. :sigh:

:wink: kick ass, you can have that useless feckin striker back if you like, Kyle Wotsit.... couldn't finish a p!ss

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Need a new winger and centre back/defensive mid now. :ohohoh:

Jerome is class, just gets banned a lot. :lol:

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Need a new winger and centre back/defensive mid now. :ohohoh:

Jerome is class, just gets banned a lot. :lol:

oh we like a good sending off

....signed Rainford from Marine too & a decent RB.... plus half the Colwyn Bay team

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