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November 29, 2004
Green high as a crow's nest after polished pirate performanceEdward Green had the following words of note regarding his team's demolition of Original Pirate Material.
"Avast me harties, them land lubbing pirates be beaten sound. Me beauties played like drunken sailors and made them scallions walk the plank. There be much grog tonight, aaaaaaar. Shiver me timbers captain ahab. Them bilge rats be bung dahn the bung hole smartly, aaaaaarrr. C'mere me beauties, we be playing the hornpipe tonight. AAAAAAAAAAARRRRRR!!
November 23, 2004
Manager takes positives from negative dayIn a post match interview with club journalist and friend of the club AJ Vickerstaff, Jack Flash manager had the following words to say of his team's first defeat in….a while.
"I think we can take positives from this game, we were certainly not outplayed on the day and I really couldn't believe we conceded 8 goals. I think we have three problems at the moment, profligacy in front of goal, weak marking at times and a goalkeeper. On the goalkeeping front, i'm looking to bring in a new man who'll actually be able to turn out for us, in the mean time, we have Peter Williams confirmed for friday's game. If we get a good result against OPM on friday I think the strikers confidence will soar, we know Piers and Mark have the ability at this level so i'm not worried. As for marking, I think it's a question of experience at this level and it'll come in time. We're still in 5th place and I'm confident we can come back and beat SFNMs
November 10, 2004
Manager pleased with pirate performanceIn a post match interview with tabloid journalist A.J Vickerstaff, Jack Flash player-manager Edward Green had the following words of note regarding yesterday's performance.
"At the end of the day we're delighted to have come away with the result. To be honest, goals change games and this was a game of two halves. It was end-to-end stuff, but I'm really pleased how the lads reacted to the pressure. I had a sneaking feeling throughout the game that it was there to be won. Early doors, we dominated them and could really have run away with the game. We had a fresh pair of legs up our sleeve and I think in the end that made the difference.