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9 October 2001<BR>Billericay v Enfield<BR>Ryman League - Premier Division<BR>Kick-Off 7:45pm<P>========<BR>For details of coach tickets (leaves EROS at 4:45) phone Larraine Fisher or Alan Farmer.<BR>========

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Meanwhile Shortwood are at home to Fairford kick off 19.30

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Probably won't get a 'full' match report up tomorrow night due to prior committments but here's a taster:<P>Billericay 3-2 Enfield<P>Gary Hoy sent off for 2nd bookable offence on 25 mins. <P>Billericay score 2 quick goals prior to half time and one immediately after to take a 3-0 lead. <P>10 man Enfield soldier on and get an apparent 'consulation' with 6 mins to go - Lee Allen a beauty. <P>90th min and Oliver Petersen gets a second.<P>Last kick of game and keeper denies George Georgiou.

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By my calculation that's two points from nine games. What happened to the early season optimism?

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Derek,<P>Were there any struggling Ryman 2nd Division managers present last night to watch a player who may be available on loan?<P>If so, maybe Tom will soon be offered the tremendous opportunity to restructure the club's reserve and youth teams!!! images/icons/tongue.gif" border="0

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Wasnt Jim Chandler sacked as TL was scared of relegation ........

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Nope. images/icons/rolleyes.gif" border="0

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Although Enfield has not won a league match for some time, with one third of the season gone, only one match has been played against the other four teams in the bottom five. If relegation were really to start becoming a threat, there would be plenty of opportunity to win points. Furthermore, the defeat against Hitchin was higher than the deficit in goal difference between Enfield and the other two on the same number of points. With only one team going down, I still rate relegation as unlikely.




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