All I would add to that is that when I picked up the two (U9) goals for Saturday mornings matches the one goal set had a brand new net in the bag but no clips to attach to goal frame. I used cable ties in the end.
Obviously a lesser issue than Andys but none the less probably worth checking all the goals again to make sure they are all complete and perhaps before taking them from the shed.
On 20 Sep 2015, at 20:35, David Pitts <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
All,Please see Andy's comments. The goal bags taken by Andy had been checked and were complete. Enzo and I, together with some Academy parents, have taken time to ensure the goals are complete and we do not want, or expect, the bags to be raided for parts. This is not what we do at LRFC!!If you are short of bits, please let me know and I will order replacements.Kind regards,DaveBegin forwarded message:From: Andy Pitchford <email@example.com>Subject: ProblemDate: 20 September 2015 16:41:05 BSTHi Dave
Thanks for your help with the goalposts yesterday but I had a major problem at my match today
When we opened the second goal there were only about two-thirds of the parts in there. Given that this was 35 minutes before kick off it caused quite a lot of stress.
Do you think someone may have raided this to get spare parts for their own goals? Whatever the reason it wasn't a lot of fun to get it sorted. We kicked off 30 minutes late in the end after we raided some local gardens for goal parts - funny in a way but not when you're in the middle of it.
Can I have a different goal please and also can we put something out to encourage other coaches to think of their colleagues when they raid the shed?