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Great evening of football and reminiscing. Not had so much fun in a football ground since Wigs at Woking.

Great to see the ex-players. Think they’ll be like the Laurie Mac squad in years to come.

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2031 there tonight for a great evening of entertainment, Dizza and the players got a great reception and I'm glad I didn't  miss this game. It's probably the most on the ground football that BP has seen for some time with some lovely weighted passes with plenty of movement.


Supporting the Mighty Mariners for over 30 years, home town club is were the heart and soul is and it's great to be a part of it.

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20031 there tonight for a great evening of entertainment, Dizza and the players got a great reception and I'm glad I didn't  miss this game. It's probably the most on the ground football that BP has seen for some time with some lovely weighted passes with plenty of movement.


Didn't know the BP could hold that many!   Good to know Osborne scored from the half way-line again.




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Was an excellent evening. Saw more football played in the first half than the whole of this season combined.

Noticed Bradley Wood, Sam Topliss, Brody Robertson were all due to play but didn't. Anyone any idea what happened there?


Up The Mariners!
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I thought the reception all the players got from those that were there was brilliant apart from the few that booed Toto when he came on.

I was never his biggest fan but that wasn't called for.

Thanks Dis for what you did whilst you were here.
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Entertaining game lovely passing from both sides marvelous what a bit of extra time and no pressure does although second half  the all stars lack of fitness levels visibly showed.

One lovely forward pass for Gregor Robertson never the quickest he just gave up on it look over to us and laughed great moment. lol.

The sheer pace of the current sides attack did them and D,J. showed why he should be starting games for us.

Osborne's goal was typical of the man and showed some lovely touches and passes. We need him back in the side ASAP.

The ball hardly ever launched in the air except Loyd's goal kicks that struggled to go thirty yards up field lol.

Great to see the old promotion/wembley winning squad back together.


The night belonged to Dizza though was well pleased so many attended on and off the field for him.
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Didn't know the BP could hold that many!   Good to know Osborne scored from the half way-line again.




Thanks, I have amended the attendance, guess I got carried away with a really good evening   and Osbornes goal was a great effort, poor old  Lloyd Griffith was left completely rooted after a couple of good saves.


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I didn't realise until I got home that we had a few triallists playing in the second half. Probably explains why they were trying a lot harder than you would expect from a slow-paced friendly match!

A lot of pace among the second half subs so it seems Slade is at least aware of what the squad is missing at present.
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Really disappointed to not be able to make the game. Live several hours away from Blundell Park anyway so getting to a game is always a challenge on a weeknight, but was even further away this week due to work commitments so it was just never going to happen. Really wanted to get there to be honest.. I really only got into following the Mariners in the last decade, and so really the only success I've known for the club was our promotion - and of course that squad, and especially Disley, are the legends for me in the time I've followed the team.

Can only hope Disley comes back in some other capacity in the club in future.
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That Corie Andrews looked decent, no.22 couldn’t stay on his feet but all in all decent night for Our Legend


Absolutely agree with that, 17 was the liveliest and him Akheem Rose and Hooper certainly livened up our attacking third, good movement and runs off the ball as well as interaction between the three.
A sterner test for him against realistic opposition defenders is needed though to evaluate.

However...

it was Turgoose out on the right wing who was the suprise package for me....simple passing, kept possession and some cracking crosses in that put our first teamers to shame.

I previously posted having him and Lloyd Griffith included took a bit of shine off the event in the run up for me however i am happy to retract that statement now as Tommy's performance pleasantly suprised me and seeing Lloyd Griffith perform actually made me laugh, which is the first time i have ever said that about him.  Fair play to both of them.


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