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Gary Wilkins

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  1. Indirect Free Kicks

    Id prefer to see deliberate fouls by the last defender when denying a goal scoring opportunity punished by either a penalty or a clear shot on goal from where the offence took place ie no defender allowed to stand in front of the taker.
  2. Overhead height from goal keeper

    I use it to see what their views are and for updates to the national competition.My views are somewhat in the middle of this site and the WFU one.This forum only seems to exist as a means of criticising the other site,so I don't really bother coming on here as much as I would have liked.
  3. The People's Cup

    The format sounds totally ridiculous.I think I can probably guess the 2 teams involved in the fisticuffs.It really is pathetic and a total disgrace that a walking football game can descend into that..but sadly not surprising.Im glad that we couldn't field a side for the first stage last month.
  4. The People's Cup

    I agree with Richard on this,there needs to be a distinction between vets football and walking football,and players need to choose which version they want to play in,otherwise a lot of fellas will just stop playing competitive wf. We never entered the People's Cup as we couldn't get a team together to play on Saturday.Does anybody know who won the Manchester section?
  5. FA Launch Comprehensive Laws For Walking Football

    Having one of our players as a WFA board member won't have any effect whatsoever on which way we go to be honest.Theres actually more people opposed to total non contact than I thought amongst our players so we will decide after we have a meeting about it.Personally I prefer the no contact approach,as I it's safer,but would also like to see the rule on non direct free kicks changed to direct. . I think that what will happen is that tournament organisers will continue to have their own variations on what rules they will use,if it's a WFA tournament they will use those rules,if it's FA run then they will use them.We will still see the all encompassing 'minimal contact' applied and everyone will interpret it however they want.
  6. Wigan indoor Over 60's

    Cheers Alan,I wasn't sure if you played across both age ranges or not.
  7. Wigan indoor Over 60's

    I'm glad you enjoyed the tournament Alan.I wasn't there as I was playing for our over 50's team the same day.Our lads said that it went well.Do your team only play over 60's Alan,as we have a space left for 1 team in our over 50's comp on March 9th if you're interested.
  8. We now have just the one place available for our tournament on March 9th at Wigan Soccerdome,indoors on 4g pitches.The cost is £40 per team,6-a-side.If you'd like to enter or would like further info,please contact me at [email protected] and I'll get back to you as soon as I can.
  9. We have two spaces left for our over 50's tournament to be held indoors at Wigan Soccerdome on Thursday March 9th starting at 11:00.Entrance fee is £40 per team.Its 6-a-side with squads of up to 9 players. Please contact me at [email protected] if you would like to enter. Cheers . Gary
  10. Wigan Walkers Fc

    This is a cross post from a topic: Wigan Walkers Fc Wigan Walkers FC have been up and running for over 2 years now.We have two weekly sessions as follows:- Venue-Wigan Soccerdome WN50UN,indoors on 4g pitches. Monday and Wednesday mornings 1:30-12:00 Cost £4 per session. We have on average 15-20 attending Mondays and around 30 on Wednesdays.Ages of players range from 50-76 and everybody is welcome to attend.Tea,coffee and biscuits are provided pre and post sessions and it's a great opportunity to sit around and have a chat,as it's not just about the football. We have a thriving competitive section of our club that regularly plays in over 50's and over 60's tournaments and we have had a pretty decent record of success so far.We have hosted several of our own tournaments for both age groups with more planned for Feb and March.But you don't have to play in tournaments if you don't wish to,many of our players just enjoy the chance to play football and socialise once or twice a week. if you would like to play or would like further details please contact me at [email protected] We look forward to hearing from anyone interested. Regards Wigan Walkers FC
  11. Wigan Walkers FC have been up and running for over 2 years now.We have two weekly sessions as follows:- Venue-Wigan Soccerdome WN50UN,indoors on 4g pitches. Monday and Wednesday mornings 1:30-12:00 Cost £4 per session. We have on average 15-20 attending Mondays and around 30 on Wednesdays.Ages of players range from 50-76 and everybody is welcome to attend.Tea,coffee and biscuits are provided pre and post sessions and it's a great opportunity to sit around and have a chat,as it's not just about the football. We have a thriving competitive section of our club that regularly plays in over 50's and over 60's tournaments and we have had a pretty decent record of success so far.We have hosted several of our own tournaments for both age groups with more planned for Feb and March.But you don't have to play in tournaments if you don't wish to,many of our players just enjoy the chance to play football and socialise once or twice a week. if you would like to play or would like further details please contact me at [email protected] We look forward to hearing from anyone interested. Regards Wigan Walkers FC

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