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offline pabird

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Last night against an awful Stortford side we had to dig in front to back but more importantly for the rest of the season every side is going to give us a working over for large portions of every game
The same will be the case for Shots and Saints and Hendon
There are all sorts of debates on team selection etc but if we get the total commitment of the entire team as per last night we are in with an excellent chance
If I had to mention one player last night it would be Dobinson who having missed so many games came on and gave his all, well done son, well done the team.

offline CANV EFM

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digging out these kind of results away from home against the bottom clubs is vital after our start to the season.. 2 good 'jobs done' at the swifts and the stortford.

offline Fat Boy Fat

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Agree entirely, We seem to be putting a good run together at the perfect time. I still think theirs plenty of time to catch Aldershot, plus we've got to play them at home. Away to Hendon on Feb 11 may prove to be our biggest game of the season.

offline YELLOW

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Yeah I agree with you that Hendon is probably our biggest match of the season.

Alot of people seem to be writing Hendon off, possibly because they've not got the squad that the likes of Shots, Albans and ourselves have.

They've lost just three league games this season and have one of the best goal differences in the division (better than ours!)

If they can win their games in hand then they'll be right behind Shots.

Their main problem though is their notoriously bad pitch.
It may make things very difficult for their opponents but if we continue to have this bad wet weather, they could endure a real fixture pile up especially as they're still involved in the Trophy.

This could be a much tougher game than the Shots at home.

offline Fat Boy Fat

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Just noticed that the Bryco Cup game is on Feb 11. Does this take precedence over the Hendon game, if so have we got a rearranged date yet?

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