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A series of personal thoughts from the side of the pitch.
As the first team face their second opponents in this season's FA Cup the Under-18s have also kicked off their national cup campaign.
As reported earlier John returns to Ware as part of Paul's back up team but he has also signed as a player so may yet be seen knocking goals in again.
Velocity Trophy first round at Chalfont St Peter next Tuesday then Lowestoft home on the following Saturday.
Surprise news leaves Ware having to rebuild early in the season.
We've been involved in 22 since they came into the game. Here's a few notes on Ware's luck or otherwise with them.
The club is very sorry to report that due to unforeseen circumstances Ollie Guest has had to resign as our sports therapist.
Another milestone in the history of the town's oldest football club.
The development squad, or under-23s, will be managed this year by two former players.
The pitch is ready but much of the surrounding area is in need of a thorough clean and tidy.
The main equipment that will be available to those who wish to hire the pitch for various football competitions.
Latest photos from July 19th show a pitch that looks almost ready for a game.
Talented midfielder Albert Adu returns from abroad to boost Ware for the coming season. Signs forms at training tonight.
Work on the ground continues but there's more to it than I thought.
As had become expected the work on the new playing surface will not be finished in time for our first two scheduled fixtures.
Looks like a "marmite" choice to me.
Playing carpet is now being laid.
New season opens with a new surface and new opponents.
A trip to East Anglia beckons in the Preliminary Round of the Cup.
Thursday training leaves Bill with more paper work as the squad takes shape for 2018/9.
Last pictures before the next and final underlayer goes on.
Latest photo from the ground.
Seven of last season's squad have so far signed on for 2018/9.
Orange is the new black as next layer is finished on top of the original earth.
Some light reading whilst the World Cup has a day off.
Former player Jack Fowler is introduced to Love Island today.
Local Football League side heads list of pre-season opponents as Ware get ready for the new season.
The next under layer advances up the pitch.
Still no new signature picture.
Are those drainage channels now going in?
Velocity Sports start work on the next stage of the 3G surface.
The dominoes have fallen after Shaw Lane resign from Step 3 leaving us with new opponents in our division.
Some pictures from today thanks to Bill Spink.
Cultured inside forward who played in the FA Cup game at Luton.
Work continues through a downpour.
2018/9 will see senior football at Wodson Park every Saturday as the club make the most of their new surface.
Players appearances and goals; and a few notable milestones.
The work continues.
King of the hill.
No it's not Tractor Tales but I can't find a suitable image to go with Aiden's article so until I do it'll be the tractor.
I've heard of parking the bus but this is ridiculous. Today's pictures from Wodson Park.
Surf and turf.
New Blues - 2017/8's debutants.
Slow progress is better than no progress. First photos of the work on the pitch.
Just to keep our minds on the job here are a few random notes to introduce the 19 clubs we face in Bostik South Central.
Time lapse of the installation of the 3G pitch at the Sussex FA headquarters.
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