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The blog of a travelling psychiatrist and football lover. Who happens to be a halfway decent photographer. Takes a cynical view of the world

Do Any Football Players not have Tattoos?


When scrowling though photos after a game you see things that you missed at the time. I am struck by the number of players with various tattoos. A small selection from yesterday. IMG_0685IMG_0691

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Nonleague Football Folks. A Photographic Medley


Watching non-league football sometimes allows one to watch some of the other spectators. The football action at Met Police V Bury Town was at times so one sided that one gentleman spent the whole half facing in one direction. Boys being boys behind the goal, eating and climbing and being boy like. Girls all walking together around the ground. Bury Town away fans taking their banner down as their team went 3-1 down in the first half. All good cabaret if the football was not good enough, and actually the football was excellent yesterday.

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Football Stewards make you feel safe

Football Stewards make you feel safe

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Met Police 4 Bury Town 1. Photos and brief report


Met Police are a club who have always played good football. They now seem embedded in the Ryman Premier and also have a decent ground.  Bury scored first with an unmarked header, but from then on it was one way traffic with some good Met Police goals. Both keepers were busy and have some good moments and also a few ghastly moments. enjoy.

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Marcus Garnham Saves a shot. Referee gives goal kick

Marcus Garnham Saves a shot. Referee gives goal kick

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Met Police score from a free kick to equalise

Met Police score from a free kick to equalise

Come Dancing. Strictly come dancing

Come Dancing.
Strictly come dancing

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Bury Town score versus Met Police. Unmarked header at near post.

Bury Town score versus Met Police. Unmarked header at near post.

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Favourite Football Photo 2014


Michael Campbell

Michael Campbell

Carshalton 0 Hythe Town 3


There are plenty of better match reports so I will leave you with the photos only. The game was an incredibly photogenic game with more jumping and lunging than I recall from most games. The result speaks for itself. Three decent goals. I remain confused about the goalkeepers position for the first goal. Excellent day out. Carshalton can be really recommended as a great club to go and watch football at.

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Sam Conlon scores for Hythe past Jack Eden of Carshalton

Sam Conlon scores for Hythe past Jack Eden of Carshalton

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Jo Nesbo London Book Signing


Jo Nesbo

Jo Nesbo

Jo Nesbo

Jo Nesbo

Football folks- A unique breed really. Carpe Diem or should I say YOLO? Photographic treatise.


If I published these photos with no captions, most of us could guess that these characters have something to do with football. Why is it that football folks have to look like football folks? enjoy

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Rachel Rees. Physio at Bognor

Rachel Rees. Physio at Bognor

Kingsley Aikhionbare

Kingsley Aikhionbare

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Mole Valley SVR v Carshalton AFC FA Cup Preliminary Round 2014


A tremendous game of football that was far closer for much of the game than the eventual scoreline of 1-5 would suggest. Some great banter and cabaret on the touchline between the coaching staff.

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Cobham FC Ground


Cobham FC play in the Combined Counties league and it seems Mole Valley SVR also of the CCL play their games there. A real little gem of a ground. Proper non league football. One main  stand and a fence around the pitch perimeter. Long grass surrounds the whole area. Small metallic structure behind a goal that could constitute the away end. Blue lines mark out the pitch, which I kind of liked and a banner from 2010 decorated part of the fence. This is a home of real football.

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Cobham FC

Cobham FC

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Carshalton Away Fans 2014

Carshalton Away Fans 2014

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Cobham FC

Cobham FC

Cobham FC

Cobham FC

Cobham FC

Cobham FC

Cobham FC

Are Blue lines allowed as football pitch markings in FA Cup? Mole Valley SCR v Carshalton Athletic


At the preliminary round stage of the FAcup today, MoleValley SCR v Carshalton Athletic played at Cobham FC, all the pitch markings were blue. I have never seen this before? Is this common? Is this allowed?

Blue lines football markings FA Cup

Blue lines football markings FA Cup

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