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offline Jeff

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Just read this on an Exeter site.
They only got caught offisde once.
What game were they watching??

Report is quite fair though.


offline chris blanc

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they were caught offside at least 10 times!

report was fair though

offline Alan W (GNFC)

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To say Devine's 2nd (Exter's 3rd) goal was the best of the game seems to be looking through rose coloured glasses.

I thought his first goal was a better finish and that Haworth's finish, linked with Abbey's through ball made his the best goal of the night.

offline Graham S

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Although I found Devine's 2nd pretty impressive, Rob Haworth's was definitely the goal of the game - beautiful through ball & such confidence in the way he gave it just one touch, then struck it home before the goalie could start making things difficult. How many times in the past have we seen Fleet players in that position either swing at it first time & sky it over, or take too many touches, end up too wide and hit the side netting? Classic example in a key match - Darren Smith at home to Canvey.

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