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By jimsredwhiteand green (legacy user)10/7/2014 11:23Thu Jul 10 11:23:24 2014In response to Don't Leave Us Paul

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Can remember being a ball boy as a 13 year old some 25 years ago down claremont road and heard language I wouldnt repeat today now as a 38 year old ! Many people thought we were a "rough kind" and therefore our numbers never imcreased that much over the years. Now we have a chance to find new supporters so it needs to have a family appeal too. When the west Hendon faithful turmed up for some of the bigger games there was always disgruntled supporters back then and board members who were worried of the clubs image. Those who crossed the mark were dealt with so no different to the chairmans requeat now to tone down the swearing etc..

I found malcolm blowing the bugle as loud as he could down the ear of the oppositions goalkeeper whilst about to take a goal kick funnier than any insults thrown his way.

ive been going arsenal home and away for the last 25 years and have seen the atmosphere become non existent at the new library so it is embarrassing when its silent and 4 lads decide to swear for five minutes.

the buzz at Hendon is second to none and beats arsenal all day long. Those who got a slap at Northwood vs stones know that insults can get you into trouble...

all simon is saying is tone it down. Lets come up with more witty songs that are clean and create a hymm sheet for the future !

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