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Jerseybean

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Season’s greetings to City fans everywhere.

Here’s a little  Christmas offering.....if you really want to follow an unbeatable team, please let me suggest Jersey Bulls, who have won every league and cup game they’ve played this season.... https://bulls.je

COYR!

 

 

 

 

 

 

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10 minutes ago, The Horse With No Name said:

Is this the club that has to pay their opponents travel costs in order to play in the League? 

I think so. Bermuda had a team in the second level of US football that did the same, but they ran out of money.

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Jersey Bulls incredible unbeaten run continues, with a 7-2 victory yesterday, it was the first time they have conceded more than one goal.05FC7A14-72B4-4159-BBF0-304BCF65ECF9.thumb.jpeg.ded729223f1a2e76bbe7e8ca7d0499e8.jpeg

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17 hours ago, Jerseybean said:

Jersey Bulls incredible unbeaten run continues, with a 7-2 victory yesterday, it was the first time they have conceded more than one goal.05FC7A14-72B4-4159-BBF0-304BCF65ECF9.thumb.jpeg.ded729223f1a2e76bbe7e8ca7d0499e8.jpeg

Away games in Jersey are a drop in the ocean compared to the Californian away days. 

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Played for Farnham Town in my late teens. Good to see them doing well. 

Don't remember Westside ... and a lot of the teams tbh ... 

Games against Fleet, Cove and Sandhurt were good fun and as close to 'hostile' as you get in those leagues 😂

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Following in the footsteps of Guernsey FC who started coming over in 2011, at about the same level I think, but have been promoted since.  Guernsey FC are a feeder club to our academy, currently we've got Alex Scott, although other(s?) haven't worked out, and they have taken a number of our youngsters on loan.  Must be some connection....

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15 minutes ago, Jersey Bristolian said:

4-0 home win yesterday :) Still not lost or drawn all season!

JB you helped to achieve a total of over 10,000 spectators so far this season, do you reckon they could go the whole season unbeaten? 

 

 

Oops sorry for the triple post! 

 

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Today’s home win against BA sets a new record of 27 straight wins in the Combined Counties league for Jersey Bulls. Well played! 

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How pissed off must they be

I see sides are already talking about raising this with the FA, but I guess you allow one you allow all

I have not seen anywhere and sure someone will know but what level is the highest that is not having relegation?

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On 22/12/2019 at 11:01, Jerseybean said:

Season’s greetings to City fans everywhere.

Here’s a little  Christmas offering.....if you really want to follow an unbeatable team, please let me suggest Jersey Bulls, who have won every league and cup game they’ve played this season.... https://bulls.je

COYR!

I am guessing you are the man ITK @Jerseybean but it is odd that a side wins 27 out of 27

Are they paying over the odds for players and bought talent above their current level?

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No, Brand new team. took players from local leagues and offered them the chance to try out, Basically following Guernsey's lead after getting turned down by UEFA to form a national team.

When I say local teams I mean local parish on island teams.

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5 hours ago, Big C said:

It's now all academic. They will have to do it all again when football starts again

There must be a better way of resolving this issue. If this carries through to the EFL and Premier League, I'm sure some teams will take legal action.

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2 hours ago, phantom said:

How pissed off must they be

I see sides are already talking about raising this with the FA, but I guess you allow one you allow all

I have not seen anywhere and sure someone will know but what level is the highest that is not having relegation?

https://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/football/52052351

 

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