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Postby Nomad » Wed Jun 20 2007, 11:58

Just a thought now it looks as though we are going to be moving up a gear as a result of our own kit ...

In the past games have been arranged on an ad-hoc basis with Geoff, Dean and myself doing most of the sorting out; with Dean 'managing' the side on the day of the event.

However, given that the three of us are extremely busy most of the time I was wondering whether someone with a little more time on their hands and the necessary motivation might be interested in taking on responsibility for running the team ie. organising matches on a more regular basis etc., keeping records and generally being a point of contact if other clubs want a match against us.

As before there will be a dedicated section of the new-look website for the 'Football Club' and that person's details could be included there.

I know it's a bit of a pipe-dream at the moment, but wouldn't it be nice if Nomad-Online FC could develop into a sort of Barbarians of Sussex Non League Football? ... or am I off my head a little more than usual?

I can think of a couple of potentially suitable candidates but thought I would ask the question first.
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Postby topash1985 » Wed Jun 20 2007, 21:56

i will be extremely interested. let me know details.
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Postby Geoff » Wed Jun 20 2007, 22:44

Detail 1. You don't get paid!
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Postby partridge11 » Thu Jun 21 2007, 07:55

HI Dave,
Good to see you down the club. I am more than happy to help do that . As you know i have organised many succesful celebrity cahrity matches in sussex and am now free to help out like we spoke about before..

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Postby topash1985 » Thu Jun 21 2007, 22:01

thats fine
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Postby Dean Bradford » Sat Jun 23 2007, 14:45

Still happy to stay involved Dave. My job still does take me overseas a lot but a lot more now during the week rather than weekends and I have 24 hour access via email and web.
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Postby Geoff » Sun Jun 24 2007, 23:58

Incidentally, I also have a large Pro Star kit bag to stick this new kit in.
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