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Interview with Hayden Bird and Paul Hayward

By BedfordshireK17/6/2019 18:18Mon Jun 17 18:18:16 2019

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Featuring: the first bit of player news, the board’s reflection on last season and communication issues, a word on Mondays vs Wednesdays and a genuine update on the ground.
I spoke to Hayden earlier, there will be further player news (and lots of it!) later this week

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By supahoops720/6/2019 09:19Thu Jun 20 09:19:13 2019In response to Interview with Hayden Bird and Paul HaywardTop of thread

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Nice interview. Don't know if Hayden was originally approached by the club
when Dowse departed, but I'm glad he's with us now. I sure wish we had him
at the start of last term. I think he will be a good fit for us presently. It's the first
time I've seen or heard of Paul Hayward.. He seems quietly spoken, but pretty
genuine in his vision for the club, as does Hayden. Couple of things came up again
in the interview, 'Sleeping giant'?. I don't think we are really a sleeping giant. We have
a proud historical and familiar name in non league football, but not necessarily a 'big'
name. None of the afore-said is putting my/our wonderful club down, but as with last season,
there is huge expectation around the club and Hayden might find that is the most difficult
thing he will have to deal with at K's. Improvement on the pitch will be steady and gradual
under Hayden, I'm pretty sure of that, so I'm keeping any high expectations in check for this
season. I didn't detect a 'genuine' anouncement about the ground, nothing I hadn't heard
already. I, like most others, think we will end up in a permanent ground share with Casuals
with funds coming from anywhere that both clubs can attract to significantly develop KGF
going forward. Looking forward to the new signings that Hayden has lined up and to the
start of the 19/20 campaign. Come on u K's!

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Re: Interview with Hayden Bird and Paul Hayward

By Ohdear (Ksuals)20/6/2019 10:31Thu Jun 20 10:31:55 2019In response to Re: Interview with Hayden Bird and Paul HaywardTop of thread

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Very good post super hoops7, 'sleeping giant'is an overused cliche when it comes to football clubs. I don'think Ks are a giant,sleeping or otherwise of non league football,like a many others periods of success and longer periods of fallow . Likewise fan base good but no more than that.
As to the KGF,if Ks put in what is left off the Womblewindfull hopefully it will be enough to secure joint ownership or long joint tennancy agreement.

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Re: Interview with Hayden Bird and Paul Hayward

By a krinkly20/6/2019 09:49Thu Jun 20 09:49:19 2019In response to Re: Interview with Hayden Bird and Paul HaywardTop of thread

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I agree with your caution regarding expectations, I'm certainly not repeating last season's which is one reason why I'll be giving a season ticket a miss this year. Ok I'll admit I blew the cost on an unexpected opportunity to fly alongside a MK9 Spit - well who wouldn't?

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Re: Interview with Hayden Bird and Paul Hayward

By MC18/6/2019 12:44Tue Jun 18 12:44:51 2019In response to Interview with Hayden Bird and Paul HaywardTop of thread

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really enjoyed this. Hayden seems to have a very clear vision of what he wants.

good interview too, thanks for all you do

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bouyed of Brighton

By Iang17/6/2019 19:59Mon Jun 17 19:59:33 2019In response to Interview with Hayden Bird and Paul HaywardTop of thread

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Excellent interview and well done to all involved!

We have the right man potentially and I have admired his teams in the past and on a shoestring.

I will even try to pop up for the meet the manager thang.

Let’s get behind him and try a little patience...I know it’s a song.

Up the Ks

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Re: bouyed of Brighton

By BedfordshireK17/6/2019 21:46Mon Jun 17 21:46:08 2019In response to bouyed of Brighton Top of thread

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I came away really impressed with Hayden. Says a lot to good things, really friendly and keen to engage with fans.

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Re: bouyed of Brighton

By John Bangs17/6/2019 23:12Mon Jun 17 23:12:58 2019In response to Re: bouyed of Brighton Top of thread

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And by the way it was a really good interview - good job - thanks very much.

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Re: Interview with Hayden Bird and Paul Hayward

By Carl (carlspickett)17/6/2019 19:33Mon Jun 17 19:33:17 2019In response to Interview with Hayden Bird and Paul HaywardTop of thread

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What were the updates on the ground?

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Ground situation

By reximus18/6/2019 09:41Tue Jun 18 09:41:43 2019In response to Re: Interview with Hayden Bird and Paul HaywardTop of thread

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Board are planning for a long term ground share with Cor-Cas, including possibly a 3G pitch.

rex

Edited by reximus at 09:42:11 on 18th June 2019

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Re: Ground situation

By BE18/6/2019 10:26Tue Jun 18 10:26:54 2019In response to Ground situationTop of thread

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The ground needs to be up graded to Conference south standard. More support would come and and a more welcoming atmosphere.

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Re: Interview with Hayden Bird and Paul Hayward

By doylie17/6/2019 19:24Mon Jun 17 19:24:56 2019In response to Interview with Hayden Bird and Paul HaywardTop of thread

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I knew he’d sign Fabio Saraiva for you guys.

He was a great player for Woking (nice chap too), sweet left foot and takes a mean free kick.

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Re: Interview with Hayden Bird and Paul Hayward

By tim (36southlanenewmalden)17/6/2019 18:59Mon Jun 17 18:59:53 2019In response to Interview with Hayden Bird and Paul HaywardTop of thread

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Its great you ve done this but could you PLEASE PLEASE put a little summery ,because i cant get audio,and am sure will be appreciated by others as well if you can do this

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Re: Interview with Hayden Bird and Paul Hayward

By a krinkly18/6/2019 13:08Tue Jun 18 13:08:57 2019In response to Re: Interview with Hayden Bird and Paul HaywardTop of thread

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Listened to it last night, so from memory:-

The team needs a root and branch sort out, 18 senior player squad with opportunities for youth players to progress to the squad. Tolfs had the weight of the world on his shoulders last season and it started to effect his game, he'll be allowed to get back to what he's best at - being the best keeper in the league.

5 - 0 wins might be fun but a 1-0 win that totally shuts out the oppo will be fine with the Gaffa, his teams play total possession, get a goal then play get the ball off us - if you can.

Looking to emulate the Dowse approach to connecting with the community.

Kingstonian are a sleeping huge club he wants to wake them up again.

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For Tim

By reximus18/6/2019 09:40Tue Jun 18 09:40:29 2019In response to Re: Interview with Hayden Bird and Paul HaywardTop of thread

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PLEASE put a little summery



rex

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Re: Interview with Hayden Bird and Paul Hayward

By JC (jchamp02)17/6/2019 18:57Mon Jun 17 18:57:42 2019In response to Interview with Hayden Bird and Paul HaywardTop of thread

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Some quality signings mentioned... just need Walter Figueira to bang them in up top...

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Re: Interview with Hayden Bird and Paul Hayward

By BE18/6/2019 10:43Tue Jun 18 10:43:12 2019In response to Re: Interview with Hayden Bird and Paul HaywardTop of thread

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Can these be listed as Video didn't work for me!

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