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  1. yep our coach asked permission from the other team. so basically do not upload to youtube. is sharing files via dropbox or similar in breach of safeguarding?
  2. I did think about doing this, issue is, the video files are huge, if files are uploaded to youtube, youtube compresses the files down quite well, then i was thinking of texting the link via sms or email. If youtube is frowned upon by the fa then the dropbox method or similar may be the only way.
  3. Are there any youth football coaches (under 7s / 9s etc) on here that can give me some advice? My son's football coach has given me permission to film my boys football matches and training (purely so me and my son can watch it back to discuss how to improve) some parents have asked if they can watch the video files too. I have been told to not share the football videos on social media (facebook whatsapp etc), what about if I uploaded to Youtube and set the videos to private / unlisted. E.g you can only see the video if you have the link. Is youtube an absolute no no? Or is there something else out there that I can use. Just need some advice on how others use video footage of youth matches that meets the fa guidelines
  4. looks like all tickets have gone
  5. yep same with 4 of us.
  6. cheers all. have decided to continue with it, but need to be more savvy and keep eye on the monthly bills so it doesnt creep up
  7. Just been off the phone to threaten to leave BT as was paying £85 a month for broadband, tv , eve and wkend calls , bt sport. After 2 phonecalls they have reduced the price down to £41.99 a month (18 month contract) by keeping everything the same but only having weekend calls. I was thinking of going to plusnet and only having broadband for £25 a month and just use freeview and ditch the landline. I am not the most tech savvy when it comes to broadband deals and would like anyones opinion whether the £41.99 bt deal is a good one. any help greatly received
  8. not for us teachers it isnt
  9. Due to illness I am selling adult ticket for tonights game in singing section. £6 all printed ... ready to be picked up around North St bedminster
  10. could the following song for pisano work ... to tune of "hey mambo"? pisano hes our italiano pisano hes our italiano I sing this out loud when making a spag bol
  11. 6 dads and their kids are going to this one. hope the dads behave themselves!
  12. Currently a season ticket holder in the east end corner and i want to relocate to the family stand so i can bring my two young boys for tommors game. I am going to need to purchase 2 extra child tickets. Is there a way of doing this online? or would there be opportunity for me to do this at the ticket office before the game? have tried calling ticket office but it says it is closed. don't want a situation to turn up with 2 young kids and not be able to see the game.
  13. signed and shared ... wierdly addictive watching the signatures increase
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