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So next season it is and with no obvious big hitters in sight
Mind you every year someone punches above their weight at the top end, so who next season
For me perhaps I would enjoy Basingstoke, I did enjoy their efforts this season, young fit and attempting to play good stuff when!ever Ive seen them


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Makes you wonder if another team will rise up and pip us at the post again. I thought this season would be Grays as they had done well in their pre-season friendlies against league opposition, but look how they have fared. Looking at Gravesend and Aldershot, they seem to be in the same kind of mould as in fit, fast and can tackle. I assume there will be players going and coming in our squad over the next few months, so do we go for flair or pace.

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I think if Hornchurch win promotion they'll be a real threat next year as they have the money to strengthen their squad significantly.

I think Bedford, St Albans and Sutton with a few more players added will be there or thereabouts and surely Grays with the players they've got will do alot better.

Watch out for Bishop Stortford. They're ending the season really well and could be a real dark horse.




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