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POP 18:48 - Nov 19 with 721 viewsgsy163

The Guernsey FC bubble seems to have well and truly burst, 3 points off the drop zone , 10 defeats and worst defensive record in Ryman South.
Ross Allen not played much , were they really a one man team !!!
Last night set new record 8-0 defeat
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POP on 18:34 - Dec 3 with 644 viewsBarsidepete

Sounds like Guernsey may be threatened with relegation into Ligue 1. Good luck with that, PSG etc...

But seriously, hope all turns around well:)

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POP on 14:46 - Jan 26 with 585 viewsgsy163

The bubble is now unpopped!!!!!
A LATE winner from Marc McGrath made it five Guernsey FC wins in a row at Footes Lane on Saturday and there was more good news just two hours later.
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Marc McGrath scores the winner for Guernsey FC against Tooting & Mitcham United at Footes Lane on Saturday. (Picture by Andy Dovey, 6968176)

McGrath’s 81st-minute strike, his second of the afternoon, settled a dramatic clash 3-2 in their favour over Tooting & Mitcham United.

Although it was an encounter nowhere near as entertaining as the scoreline suggests, it did not matter for GFC, who were then buoyed further by news from the 3pm matches.

Worthing, who occupy the final Ryman South play-off spot, lost 1-0 at fellow chasers Herne Bay to a late Harvey Sparks own goal, while a number of GFC’s other rivals also slipped up.

It all means that ninth-placed GFC are now just nine points off Worthing in fifth and with a game in hand on the ‘Rebels’.

Ahead of a massive week that sees three away trips in seven days, all to in-form sides, GFC manager Tony Vance knows it will define the season.

‘We are in a good run of form and have got another important win, but if we don’t come out of those three games with a positive return, we will be a mid- table team,’ he said.
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POP on 16:26 - Jan 26 with 574 viewsthrillseeker

gsy . I like the fact Guernsey only play players from the island but I guess this is unsustainable.

I wonder to get to the next level whether they would consider players from Jersey
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POP on 16:47 - Jan 26 with 572 viewsLeadbelly

POP on 14:46 - Jan 26 by gsy163

The bubble is now unpopped!!!!!
A LATE winner from Marc McGrath made it five Guernsey FC wins in a row at Footes Lane on Saturday and there was more good news just two hours later.
6968893_900
Marc McGrath scores the winner for Guernsey FC against Tooting & Mitcham United at Footes Lane on Saturday. (Picture by Andy Dovey, 6968176)

McGrath’s 81st-minute strike, his second of the afternoon, settled a dramatic clash 3-2 in their favour over Tooting & Mitcham United.

Although it was an encounter nowhere near as entertaining as the scoreline suggests, it did not matter for GFC, who were then buoyed further by news from the 3pm matches.

Worthing, who occupy the final Ryman South play-off spot, lost 1-0 at fellow chasers Herne Bay to a late Harvey Sparks own goal, while a number of GFC’s other rivals also slipped up.

It all means that ninth-placed GFC are now just nine points off Worthing in fifth and with a game in hand on the ‘Rebels’.

Ahead of a massive week that sees three away trips in seven days, all to in-form sides, GFC manager Tony Vance knows it will define the season.

‘We are in a good run of form and have got another important win, but if we don’t come out of those three games with a positive return, we will be a mid- table team,’ he said.


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