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Haverfordwest County 16:42 - May 27 with 5147 viewsTenbySwan

A London business man has bought Haverfordwest County, has become the new chairman and is 'going to take them to the next level 😁

Now where have we heard that before!

Apparently he is going to make them the top.team in the Welsh Premier League, ( I was going to say top.team in Wales , but I didn't want.upset our friends down the road).

YANKS FECK OFF NOW I !!!

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Haverfordwest County on 16:50 - May 27 with 2792 viewsdickythorpe

They've had a lot of cash invested for decades without getting major honours.
Allchurch played there years ago as did Trundle up to fairly recently.

Geographically they are at a disadvantage, so much ferry, freight and tourist traffic let alone local.

You get stuck at Pont Abraham, Nantycaws, Carmarthen then at Slebech which can add easily an hour or 2 onto your journey time.
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Haverfordwest County on 18:03 - May 27 with 2706 viewsjohnlangy

Actually with the nickname Bluebirds that would be an intriguing prospect.
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Haverfordwest County on 22:00 - May 27 with 2539 viewsChief

Haverfordwest County on 16:50 - May 27 by dickythorpe

They've had a lot of cash invested for decades without getting major honours.
Allchurch played there years ago as did Trundle up to fairly recently.

Geographically they are at a disadvantage, so much ferry, freight and tourist traffic let alone local.

You get stuck at Pont Abraham, Nantycaws, Carmarthen then at Slebech which can add easily an hour or 2 onto your journey time.


Someone should do something with that spooky church in Slebech. Big cafe or something - captive audience with the constant traffic jams.

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Haverfordwest County on 22:05 - May 27 with 2528 viewspencoedjack

If ever I win a bit of dosh on the lottery Pencoed would be playing in the Welsh league.

Imagine it would be a lot of fun doing it with local team.

Obviously the Swans would see a big Euro million win pis*ed away pretty quickly.
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Haverfordwest County on 22:08 - May 27 with 2524 viewslifelong

Quite a few very good local players went to play there as far back as the 60’s...a nice ground.
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Haverfordwest County on 22:21 - May 27 with 2508 viewsdickythorpe

Haverfordwest County on 22:00 - May 27 by Chief

Someone should do something with that spooky church in Slebech. Big cafe or something - captive audience with the constant traffic jams.


It was built back to front, the Altar at the wrong end.

I worked with a Welsh speaking old boy who when things went wrong would always say "Mae'n fúcking Slebech!"
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Haverfordwest County on 22:58 - May 27 with 2466 viewsJack_Kass

If he's serious then they could challenge TNS and the league will be better for 2 competitive teams. Saying that, Connahs Quay were given the league by default last week

Surprised he didnt go for Barry Town or Cardiff Met, but maybe he has a personal connection at Haverfordwest

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Haverfordwest County on 23:33 - May 27 with 2430 viewsbuilthjack

Haverfordwest County on 22:08 - May 27 by lifelong

Quite a few very good local players went to play there as far back as the 60’s...a nice ground.


The whole team was from Swansea in the mid eighties. A bus to and from Haverfordwest each game.

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Haverfordwest County on 07:37 - May 28 with 2334 viewsoh_tommy_tommy

Haverfordwest County on 23:33 - May 27 by builthjack

The whole team was from Swansea in the mid eighties. A bus to and from Haverfordwest each game.


You can add the mid 90’s to that.

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Haverfordwest County on 08:54 - May 28 with 2282 viewstheloneranger

Haverfordwest County on 16:50 - May 27 by dickythorpe

They've had a lot of cash invested for decades without getting major honours.
Allchurch played there years ago as did Trundle up to fairly recently.

Geographically they are at a disadvantage, so much ferry, freight and tourist traffic let alone local.

You get stuck at Pont Abraham, Nantycaws, Carmarthen then at Slebech which can add easily an hour or 2 onto your journey time.


4 Allchurch brothers played there - Ivor, Len, Charlie and Arthur ... Plus Mel Charles, Ronnie Rees, Stan Richards and many more ex pros.

Ray Davies from Townhill was a player and manager there for many years.
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Haverfordwest County on 10:41 - May 28 with 2197 views1462jack

Haverfordwest County on 07:37 - May 28 by oh_tommy_tommy

You can add the mid 90’s to that.


A friend of mine Richard Gay held the most goals scored in a season down there for years
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Haverfordwest County on 11:14 - May 28 with 2174 viewstheloneranger

Haverfordwest County on 10:41 - May 28 by 1462jack

A friend of mine Richard Gay held the most goals scored in a season down there for years


Lovely guy Richard, a natural goalscorer who scored loads of goals for West End as well ... and was player manager at Briton Ferry.

He also represented Wales in the "over age group" Internationals.
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Haverfordwest County on 11:23 - May 28 with 2160 viewswestwalesed

That is so so spooky, I was thinking the other day that a buyout of Haverfordwest makes perfect sense. You've got the "Pembrokeshire" brand, it's a good club with good facilities (for the level). Look at what Connahs Quay have done? The money for qualifying for the CL is crazy good for such small clubs and represents an attractive investment for a business person.

Exciting times!

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Haverfordwest County on 12:13 - May 28 with 2138 viewsTenbySwan

I used to watch a bit at Carmarthen a few years but it was the same journeymen, ok but nothing to write home about that did the rounds from Llanelli to Neath to Port Talbot to Carmarthen to Bridgend, Barry etc,

Very stagnant and going nowhere, poor crowds, the only one to add a bit of excitement was Lee Trundle who was head and shoulders above anyone at nearly 40.

When was the last time a player from WPL went onto the football league. Owain Tudur Jones and Delaney were a long time ago.

The academies at these clubs are sh!te.

YANKS FECK OFF NOW I !!!

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Haverfordwest County on 12:18 - May 28 with 2132 viewsBillyChong

Haverfordwest County on 12:13 - May 28 by TenbySwan

I used to watch a bit at Carmarthen a few years but it was the same journeymen, ok but nothing to write home about that did the rounds from Llanelli to Neath to Port Talbot to Carmarthen to Bridgend, Barry etc,

Very stagnant and going nowhere, poor crowds, the only one to add a bit of excitement was Lee Trundle who was head and shoulders above anyone at nearly 40.

When was the last time a player from WPL went onto the football league. Owain Tudur Jones and Delaney were a long time ago.

The academies at these clubs are sh!te.


To be fair it’s hardly a small jump is it. Just the lower football league pyramid to bypass on the way.
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Haverfordwest County on 13:59 - May 28 with 2080 viewswestwalesed

I know I've said this a million times but if there was a club in the Cymru Premier with an excellent set up then the Swans should be sending out their youngsters on loan. They would get great experience playing in the qualifying rounds in Europe for example.

Cabango really benefitted from his time at TNS.

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Haverfordwest County on 14:54 - May 28 with 2061 viewsdickythorpe

Haverfordwest County on 12:13 - May 28 by TenbySwan

I used to watch a bit at Carmarthen a few years but it was the same journeymen, ok but nothing to write home about that did the rounds from Llanelli to Neath to Port Talbot to Carmarthen to Bridgend, Barry etc,

Very stagnant and going nowhere, poor crowds, the only one to add a bit of excitement was Lee Trundle who was head and shoulders above anyone at nearly 40.

When was the last time a player from WPL went onto the football league. Owain Tudur Jones and Delaney were a long time ago.

The academies at these clubs are sh!te.


Hopefully Carmarthen Town have been relegated...I say hopefully cos they do not represent the town. They train up in Cwmbran!!!! Most of the players are from South and East Wales
Youngsters were loaned out and forgotten about.
Fingers crossed these local youngsters come back and can represent the town they were born in.
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Haverfordwest County on 15:27 - May 28 with 2036 viewsKilkennyjack

Haverfordwest County on 13:59 - May 28 by westwalesed

I know I've said this a million times but if there was a club in the Cymru Premier with an excellent set up then the Swans should be sending out their youngsters on loan. They would get great experience playing in the qualifying rounds in Europe for example.

Cabango really benefitted from his time at TNS.


Totally agree.

Be good for both the young Swans players and the Cymru league.

I think Penybont loaned 2 young players from Cardiff last year...?

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Haverfordwest County on 19:48 - May 29 with 1798 viewsChief

Haverfordwest County on 12:13 - May 28 by TenbySwan

I used to watch a bit at Carmarthen a few years but it was the same journeymen, ok but nothing to write home about that did the rounds from Llanelli to Neath to Port Talbot to Carmarthen to Bridgend, Barry etc,

Very stagnant and going nowhere, poor crowds, the only one to add a bit of excitement was Lee Trundle who was head and shoulders above anyone at nearly 40.

When was the last time a player from WPL went onto the football league. Owain Tudur Jones and Delaney were a long time ago.

The academies at these clubs are sh!te.


A TNS player went to Port Vale a few years back. And Wimbledon signed a Cardiff Met striker.

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Haverfordwest County on 20:12 - May 29 with 1765 viewsjedijack

My uncle played there during the early 80's, remember going to watch him most weekends with my dad.

He was on Manchester United books at one point and was very highly thought of in the mid 70's
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Haverfordwest County on 20:24 - May 29 with 1756 viewsSwanjaxs

Most of the Haverfordwest team in the 80's were Jacks, Donny Smitham, Spider Jones to name a couple.

Back then Welsh league players could play Swansea Sunday league, can honestly say the SSL Div 1 was far higher quality wise than the Saturday version by a country mile

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Haverfordwest County on 20:56 - May 29 with 1744 viewsbuilthjack

Haverfordwest County on 20:24 - May 29 by Swanjaxs

Most of the Haverfordwest team in the 80's were Jacks, Donny Smitham, Spider Jones to name a couple.

Back then Welsh league players could play Swansea Sunday league, can honestly say the SSL Div 1 was far higher quality wise than the Saturday version by a country mile


Neil Fredrickson, Charlie Constantini, Sanders to name a few.

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Haverfordwest County on 21:05 - May 29 with 1733 viewsDarran

Haverfordwest County on 20:24 - May 29 by Swanjaxs

Most of the Haverfordwest team in the 80's were Jacks, Donny Smitham, Spider Jones to name a couple.

Back then Welsh league players could play Swansea Sunday league, can honestly say the SSL Div 1 was far higher quality wise than the Saturday version by a country mile


I remember that Spider Jones bloke,right twàt.

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Haverfordwest County on 21:06 - May 29 with 1727 viewsSwanjaxs

Haverfordwest County on 20:56 - May 29 by builthjack

Neil Fredrickson, Charlie Constantini, Sanders to name a few.


Charlie Constantini! Now there's a blast from the past!

Cracking player.

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Haverfordwest County on 21:06 - May 29 with 1726 viewsSwanjaxs

Haverfordwest County on 21:05 - May 29 by Darran

I remember that Spider Jones bloke,right twàt.


😂

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