Why don't we get any discussion on here?
I dismissed Halifax straight away, thought their badge was something completely different. There's me searching Hitchen Town, Huddlesfield etc...shay0 said:Halifax Town, somebody's got to
The actual badge is below, but trying to get that <2.0kb and 50x50 or less is not worth it.DJT75 said:I dismissed Halifax straight away, thought their badge was something completely different. There's me searching Hitchen Town, Huddlesfield etc...
Well then, it's not Scottish football but it's far from Premiership.
My local team St.Albans City (31 years man & boy) are now with the big guns like Halifax in the Conference. I went on Tuesday night to see SACFC v Cambridge United. Great atmosphere, best i've seen down there probably ever, Cambridge brought 780 fans with them, 1916 total att. They were the better side but we held our own to a certain extent & pulled off a respectable 0-0 draw. Unbeaten in 2 games & were top of the league after the 1st game away win at Kidderminster.
Not the best start for Halifax so far, how many do you think you'll bring down to St.Albans at the end of January?
Great result last night, well doneoggy said:Come on ye reds died in the wool aberdeen fan here pardon the pun
If they avoid injuries and such like then I would imaging top six, I think losing Riodan and O'Connor will have a big impact on them, as they scored 80 odd goals for them over the past few seasons.CFC1 said:And Hibs?
I would say Celtic have not improved thier side with the signings they have made, and if they lose Petrov which it looks like they may well do then that will be a huge loss to them. Rangers on the other hand seem to have bought in a few decent players and there is no doubting PLG as a manager.CFC1 said:Mate, I'm no expert, (far from it) but to me, both Glasgow outfits look to have gone backwards this year and it could be great for yourselves and the league in general.
Sorry for taking so long to come back to you on this little off topic subject.shay0 said:Must admit, I'm looking forward to your boys coming up to our place in December. What sort of away following do you have? We have a branch of fans called 'Shaymen Down South' who usually make up the bulk of our away support down South, so I reckon we'd have about 200 down there. Jan is never the best month to travel and it all depends how well we're playing. We'll see though, but I'm sure we'll be talking football again before then