|Jim Howe||Posted over 4 years ago|
You are right the team of the late 90's was a great team, total commitment, great teamship and friendship throughout. Rob phoned on a Wednesday to say you were in the squad and be at training on Thursday and everyone was there.
Only thing back then was we all trained together as a squad week in week out but then we only ever had 20 25 turn up to training back then.
We played as a unit and Chelmsford truly became our fortress.
Even when we went as far as we did in the cup playing at Havant we made a fist of it, again when the odds were against us over at Harlow a team a few leagues above us and we destroyed them totally taking the honours in a very bruising game.
Simon Prior (Essex)
Not forgetting coaches Tim Hughes, Andy Siddell and Neil Mitchell for all their hard work guiding us and also that big Scottish bloke who just turned up at training one night for a few weeks and cemented the forwards with some sort of magical bonding.
|Saffie Oberholzer||Posted over 4 years ago|
what about the southern hemisphere guys.....
Also then you have,
With all the players I played with I will have the following team,
New era team!!!
[Post Edited Thursday 14th of April 2011 04:06 PM]
|MARK DUDLEY||Posted over 3 years ago|
Just to add my pennies worth , played with some wonderful talent over the years but to date ( still playing and still peaking so this may yet change ) from my era and memory, please see below.
P.O'RIERDON G.MACKLEWORTH S.FERRIER
|Melanie Pipkin||Posted 1 year ago|
I like this post and it is very informative post for me..
|Ralph Addison||Posted 1 year ago|
I agree, is anyone still in touch with Alex or Paul Burden?
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