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  1. You are the Referee

    I hope this works. Tried to do it in a poll format but couldn't. You are the Referee here, check out the very short video. Is the goalscorer running...or not ? running.mpg
  2. No place to Hyde (United)

    From the album The Nash Amblers

    Both teams enjoyed the encounter and were privileged to play at the home of one of the North's famous non-league clubs.
  3. BIG in Japan

    From the album The Nash Amblers

    A couple of months back The Nash Amblers were pleased meet two teams from Seizan Kickers - on tour from Japan. One senior team and another made up of much younger men, or so it seemed. We played both of them in friendly games at Hyde United's Ewen Fields which was bathed in sunshine for once.. Having lost to local teams on the same afternoon we were pleased to beat both Japanese teams in games which reflected the true spirit of walking football.
  4. Pennants

    From the album The Nash Amblers

    Three goal man Terry and Bernard McCall of Weston exchange customary gifts to mark the occasion.
  5. Hi, I'm Adam partner in Something Less Boring and our first Walking Football session is booked in to start on 7th November 2017 at Medbourne Pavilion, Shenley Church End, Milton Keynes. The aim is to build a weekly following of all ability players, for a game and a bit of a laugh. Initially six sessions are booked with hopefully many more to come. For further details drop us a line at [email protected] or book here [Hidden Content] cheers Adam
  6. First Session

    until
    @SomethingLessBoring 's first ever Walking Football session, come along, try it out for free
  7. "The Beautiful game but....

    ...at a slower pace"....Just how many times have we seen that in promo posters, recruiting blurbs and so on, and so forth ? Answer: Too many. (for me anyway) There is a world of difference between Football, and Walking Football and the sooner organisers, would be organisers and well meaning health professionals remember that...and highlight it, the better. One wonders if others agree?
  8. From the album Tameside Striders

    Four internal teams of Strider's - Albion, Rangers, Rovers and Wanderers plus invited guests the Nash Amblers turned out for a 'friendly' natured tournament to celebrate one years 'independence' at King Street
  9. From the album Tameside Striders

    Four internal teams of Strider's - Albion, Rangers, Rovers and Wanderers plus invited guests the Nash Amblers turned out for a 'friendly' natured tournament to celebrate one years 'independence' at King Street
  10. From the album Tameside Striders

    Four internal teams of Strider's - Albion, Rangers, Rovers and Wanderers plus invited guests the Nash Amblers turned out for a 'friendly' natured tournament to celebrate one years 'independence' at King Street
  11. From the album Tameside Striders

    Four internal teams of Strider's - Albion, Rangers, Rovers and Wanderers plus invited guests the Nash Amblers turned out for a 'friendly' natured tournament to celebrate one years 'independence' at King Street
  12. From the album Tameside Striders

    Four internal teams of Strider's - Albion, Rangers, Rovers and Wanderers plus invited guests the Nash Amblers turned out for a 'friendly' natured tournament to celebrate one years 'independence' at King Street
  13. From the album Tameside Striders

    Four internal teams of Strider's - Albion, Rangers, Rovers and Wanderers plus invited guests the Nash Amblers turned out for a 'friendly' natured tournament to celebrate one years 'independence' at King Street
  14. Innovation - the name of the game

    If anyone is fairly local to Manchester - an hour away maybe, or who is based in the North West there is a new Facebook group North West Walking Football. Not intended as a competitor to anyone - least of all this superb site - and nobody claims ownership. Just a further opportunity to mingle online with the like minded and exchange views/opinions with those who organise, facilitate, and play in our neck of the woods. The north-west. A walking football hot bed ! ...(best of all it is intended to be non-partisan.) With apologies to our Scottish friends I know the north West doesn't begin at Sandbach and end at Carlisle !...you have far more of the 'North-West' of this island than we have in England :-) [Hidden Content] I'd like to congratulate 'Referee' and the way he has developed this site. Great innovation and clearly a lot of thought has gone into it. The new feature ~ 'Clubs' ~ is particularly useful and may in fact do away with the need for our own website in the fullness of time. I have registered both of our groups/venues and will develop both of these pages over the coming weeks. Thanks Referee. The 'crowdfunding' section is also valuable. At Tameside Striders we are lucky enough to be solvent with stable finances thanks largely to a grant we received a year ago. Most of it is still intact but we have garnered lots of kit and equipment (with the added help of donations - often my own) but it must be very difficult to start from scratch without much support.
  15. Looking to build a database of relatively local older mens teams who may want to play a friendly in the late autumn and winter months. Weekdays preferable, late morning early afternoon as we're all retired. Home or away we'd like to discuss the possibilities and merits of a meeting with other Over 65 teams. This will possibly be the sector with the biggest growth as most of us grow older. Tameside Striders play WFU/WFA rules and are a relatively civilised bunch :-) Results matter but are not considered too important - especially in 'friendly' games. Please get in touch via here or...here Thanks.
  16. A game without Goalkeepers

    A hard position to fill. We are fortunate to have up to four accomplished 'keepers - not always present and one of them has just broken his wrist in a game against a Japanese team whilst parrying a sweetly struck shot. When these specialists are not around we do what many teams do and each take our turn. Often with bated breath as we don our gloves. Obviously this is not within everyone's comfort zone. The firepower of some of our players has increased noticeably and shooting - not always on target - is increasing and is often ferocious. Being 'in goals' is becoming hazardous. In competitive games there is no avoiding this. Purely as an internal measure though I've had the idea (this very day) of using very small goals set within the conventional ones. Where the ball would probably have to be passed into the unguarded goal to have a decent chance of registering a goal Has anyone else tried this? What do you do about defenders entering the 'D' ? Must they go in only after the ball has entered? Whilst taking his turn in goal recently an 80 + year old almost took a real thunderbolt strike full in the face - it missed him by a balls width. I shudder to think what the consequences may have been if it had hit him, and hence the thought given to this of late. We can never eliminate risk of course, and I wouldn't seek to, but is the small goal idea worth a try? The main reason I thought of it is that I had a set of them at my caravan - they now sit in the back of my van awaiting the opportunity to try them out. Do you have regular goalkeepers? I think our 80 year old's turn 'in net' will be a thing of the past in future :-)
  17. This poem was written by one of our walking footballers, Patrick Malone. ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- A slower version of the beautiful game, suitable for men and women over the age of 50, or those with health problems. We have sessions run all over Manchester including Wythenshawe, Salford and Irlam. For more information visit us at https://www.mancom.btck.co.uk or on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/ManchesterCommunityWFC/
  18. Demo of one of the warm up's our session leads use at all our sessions. ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- A slower version of the beautiful game, suitable for men and women over the age of 50, or those with health problems. We have sessions run all over Manchester including Wythenshawe, Salford and Irlam. For more information visit us at www.mancom.btck.co.uk or on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/ManchesterCommunityWFC/
  19. Group shot at Hyde United's Ewen Fields

    From the album The Nash Amblers

    These players were a little younger but 'Curzon Select' still found good form and their shooting boots to beat them 3-1.The Nash Amblers contingent doing particularly well.
  20. From the album The Nash Amblers

    We overcame the orient only to succumb to the English opposition today P.5 W.2 D.0 L.3
  21. Player of the Year plus

    From the album The Nash Amblers

    A narrow vote in the end with Goalkeeper extraordinaire Garry taking a 'Great Goalkeeping' award.
  22. Player of the Year 2016-2017

    From the album The Nash Amblers

    The Nash Amblers 'hot shot' Terry takes the Player of the Year award 2016-2017 Presented here by Curzon Ashton F.C. first team coach Mark
  23. Over 50s walking football at The Hive home of Barnet FC . Tuesday 2-3.. Thursday 7-8 .. Friday 2-3 @£3 per session
  24. Up for the Cup in Rochdale....

    Excitement mounts east of Manchester as Tameside Striders look forward to only their second experience of competitive walking football. After a reasonable performance, but disappointing experience in the 'People's Cup' we now relish the Rochdale Over 65's Knockout Cup at Heywood Sports village on Friday June 9th. We have high hopes, and trust in the organisers that this will be a very different kettle of fish. Our experiences at the venue with 'The Nash Amblers' have been positive. Refereeing standards are good. The venue is magnificent and overall the general spirit first class. We enter to take part, and any success would be a surprising bonus. It's remarkable to see a bunch of basically O.A.P's (I'm 66 myself, and desperate to get fit after a foot injury) relishing the challenge of a knockout competition in a game that resembles football. We look forward to seeing some familiar faces on the day and here's to a great competition. Upbeat posts on this forum about this great new game can be hard to find. I just thought I'd chuck this one in.

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