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Enfield put up a spirited display against title favorites Borehamwood this afternoon Ian Robinson saved enfield with three some fine saves before excellant work from owen beale put jeff Hammond in to put E's 1-0 up on 17 mins.Some odd decisions by the referee Mr young slowed the game and appeared to get a bit scrappy at times One being Jamie Richards getting booked for use of an arm and Enfield being awarded a free kick from the same incident, Enfield could have made it two a few minutes later when Jamie Richards shot just wide, Borehamwood were continually probing enfields makeshift rearguard and got their reward on 38 mins when Ex townie Ian cooper who crept in at the back post to sweep in a pinpoint cross. H/T 1-1 Wood started the second half well on top with Ian cooper giving Gary Hoy a torrid time on the left wing ,Robinson saved brilliantly, from ex cheshunt striker chris watters and on 66 mins cooper got past gary Hoy and cracked an unstoppable shot in off the near post 1-2 Enfield rallied but Wood were always dangerous going forward A good chance fell for Jeff Hammond in the last minute but his header lacked pace and was easily saved by noel Imber. E's defence still missing Dave Greenwood ,Al James ,Jamie Barry, Jimmy faulkner, was pierced all too often although Kevin Kilroy had an excellant game.
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Borehamwood could and should have won this more comfortably .The defence needs sorting out and quick. Nice to see James chandler in today as well as Bubs taco, Martin and mary.

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Gate would have been a lot more if the game had been a 1.30 or 2.00pm kick-off.



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I have to be honest I thought you guys had the better Cooper in Kevin but fair do's Ian obviously hasn't lost his touch. <img src="/forum/images/graemlins/arrr.gif" alt="" />

So was there anybody from Borehamwood that Jim needs to sign? <img src="/forum/images/graemlins/bawling.gif" alt="" />

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we did well in first half but faded in second still boys should keep there heads up weve got a long way to go and werse teams to play nice to see jim had a chat hes a decent bloke always polite and well turned out

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Another good goal from Jeff Hammond, we had a lot of chances in the first half, had Jeff slotted away that 2nd chance early on we would have gone on to win this game. If Boreham Wood are one of the best sides in this league than we have every chance of doing well.

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Wood probably deserved it. Shame E's missed a good chance to go two up. Ca 'nt afford at this level to give away needless free kicks round the box like the one that lead to Wood's leveller.

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Borehamwood could and should have won this more comfortably .The defence needs sorting out and quick. Nice to see James chandler in today as well as Bubs taco, Martin and mary.


what positions were they playing?

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Gary Hoy was turned inside out by cooper ,that was the main difference between the sides.

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Gary Hoy is one of the worst players I have ever seen in an Enfield shirt!! I hope Jimmy and Jamie havent got long be for they are back in defence!!

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Gary Hoy was turned inside out by cooper ,that was the main difference between the sides.


That is Ian's trick he used to do it very effectively for town find the weakest link and mug him. I can see him doing time after time in a town shirt.

I still think you have the better alround striker in his brother.

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I was sorry when Town released Ian.I think it was issues off the pitch,rather than his ability on it,that saw us part company with him.

Sofie...How can you say that his brother is the better player? How many times have you actually seen him play.Or are you making a judgement on previous scoring records?

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I believe Ian Cooper is one of the best strikers to have pulled on a Town shirt, total quality.

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When I think of these two I think of the Schumacher brothers in Formula 1. I have seen both play and felt Kevin for Hertford Town was more natural and could be just that little bit more skillful and creative. His scoring record for Hertford spoke for itself. I certainly expected more from him than EFC have yet seen.

Kevin is a sleeping giant for EFC just you wait and see. If we want to win at Christmas we will have to hope the giant is still sleeping after a scrumptious Christmas Dinner cos if he wakes up we'll be chasing!

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You're presuming Kevin will still be at EFC at Christmas.

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To me Ian Cooper was an annoying little git on the pitch but I liked him as he was OUR annoying little git on the pitch.

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Quote:
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You're presuming Kevin will still be at EFC at Christmas.


Where is he going then Lovely Stuff ?

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I was sorry when Town released Ian.I think it was issues off the pitch,rather than his ability on it,that saw us part company with him.

Sofie...How can you say that his brother is the better player? How many times have you actually seen him play.Or are you making a judgement on previous scoring records?


I saw Kevin play about 15 games for Hertford & thought that he was a better alround Striker than Ian, would have loved to see them play for the same team (Has that ever happened at Senior level?), that would have been a lot of fun.

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They both played together for Elliott Star in the herts county league.Think they got around the 80 goal mark between them that season!

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I've just got a feeling that they may join forces with eachother, at the Wood.If he doesn't settle at EFC.




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