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hustler89
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While searching the net, I've found an excellent website where people in London can advertise themselves and managers/coaches can advertise if they need a player on their team.

Here it is:

http://www.movethat.co.uk/London/Forum/Football/?p=0

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Yeh, looks good, but that's only if you live in London :cry:
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its a shame because its only london has anyone else got a site like this but for other areas in england if u do post them cheers

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lol im in london. but i dnt want a team.... unless its freestyle
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powell wrote:its a shame because its only london has anyone else got a site like this but for other areas in england if u do post them cheers
Hey Powell which area in england do you live in?
I can most probably find you a similar website.

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hustler89 wrote:
powell wrote:its a shame because its only london has anyone else got a site like this but for other areas in england if u do post them cheers
Hey Powell which area in england do you live in?
I can most probably find you a similar website.
im in bristol.
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im like 10 minutes away from swindon so if you could find a site about in swindon or around that area that will be good thanks

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Hey wiseman:

I couldn't find like a message board like the London one but,
I've found a couple of teams that maybe you could apply to by email:
http://www.keynshamtownfc.co.uk/
http://www.thornburyfalcons.com/committ ... ittee.php?. I can't find an email for these guys but you can maybe call the club manager/coach.
Well basically if none of these clubs are interested or you don't fit their criteria try this http://socworld.users.netlink.co.uk/index.html and where it says email us at bristol soccer world, enquire about any teams that need players or whatever.

It's coming to the end of the season now, so I think teams will most probably tell you to come and train with them at the start of the season.

Good luck with the job hunting.
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(To avoid confusion I've made 2 seperate posts.)

Hey Powell, this one's for you.

As with Bristol, I could not find an active recruitement board which advertise for players.
I found a website where you can contact the Wiltshire FA who will find you a football club, because "teams in Swindon do not have their own websites".

http://www.swindonweb.com/guid/p-sport.htm

Its on the website but incase you miss it:

Wiltshire FA contact details:
Secretary: Mike Benson
18 Covingham Square,
Covingham,
Swindon,
SN3 5AA
Tel: 01793 486047
Email: mike.benson@wiltshirefa.com

Good luck with the job hunting.

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Rated Post: 4 Stars for Hustler69

Having gone out of his way to find information on finding a club for two seperate members, and posted this with links, I felt this post was deserving of a nice rating. Oh yes, and he used capital letters 'n' that, which I'm obsessed with. ;)

Keep it up, fella! 8)

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thanks alot mate you really helped me there, magicfeet is right your post does derserve a really good rating congratz

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I second that. Ironically, this post will get a 1 for the length, lol
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No, wiseman, your post was fine. :)

If there was a post of yours in this topic that would get a low grade, it would be "i live in bristol" - But that would be very harsh. I'm trying to get into the pattern of rating more posts at the moment, I hope others follow suit.

If you let someone know they posted something worthwhile, they're more likely to do it again. And as if by magic, the site will improve. 8)

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