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offline Richard C

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Considering how immense Wilko is and the fact a few people dont rate Alex, Id just like to make a post for Alex.

Thought he had a great game, confidence grew and grew and i think he is fast developing into a very good number2 keeper.

Well played Alex.

offline Fleet til i die

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Yes i agree i thought that Alex had a very good game, and is perfect backup for Wilko, i think that he is really underated.

I also thought he was unlucky in the Notts County game, he is a very good keeper.

offline Hempstead Gaz

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After the battering Alex took in the first 5 minutes, I thought he played very well, safe hands and couldn't be faulted for their goals.
Well played Alex.

offline KShep

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Alex did quite well today, apart from the wayward 'keping which led to their 3rd goal (from the corner)he was o.k. Wilko is so influential, though, him and Chris Moore have been the most consistent performers all throughout the season.

offline Rotten Johnny Shawcraw

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Yes I thought Alex did well after his battering (for which Maamaria should've been sent off) and is a great backup although not yet in Wilko's class, although my daughter prefers Alex in goal as he fancys him, good job she doesn't pick the team!

offline James

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Alex is a good keeper but Wilko is an immense brilliant keeper.

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