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Nyman put Town 1-0 up. grin

We missed an open goal on the stroke of half time.

Attendance 310.

Remains 1-0 at half time.



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Harlow are 1-0 up. mad
Maldon are 1-1.
Canvey are 1-0 down to EFC.



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Town 2-0 up. Crace.

Harlow are 1-1.

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Town 3-0 up. Rudi.

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4-0 to the Town.

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Penalty to Town. 5-0 to the Town. grin

But..... Harlow are winning 5-1. mad mad mad mad mad

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Full time 5-0 to Town.

Well done Jim, staff and players, a great effort. Now for the play-offs, let's do it this year.

Harlow won 5-1, congratulations to them on their excellent season.

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Below is the play off games taken from Ryman League website only one relating to our division, we now play AFC Sudbury. Maldon Town must have been thrown out putting Harlow Town through to Play off final.

Monday, 30th April 2007
Premier Division - Play-off Semi-Final
Chelmsford City vs. Billericay Town

Tuesday, 1st May 2007
Premier Division - Play-off Semi-Final
Bromley vs. AFC Wimbledon

Division One North - Play-off Semi-Final
Enfield Town vs. AFC Sudbury

Division One South - Play-off Semi-Final
Dover Athletic vs. Hastings United
Tooting & Mitcham United vs. Fleet Town

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John, Nay, Bastian, Stephens, Magona, Afriyie, Velandia, Hall, Crace, Hammatt, Nyman, Jones, Negus, Carroll, Marshall, Harris.

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Goals, Nyman, Crace, Hall, Hammatt, Hall (pen).

Town started on the attack well earning an early free kick which Rudi Hall curl just around the top corner. Owusu Afriyie shot one past the post. Ricci Crace shot one over the bar on half volley. Ricci Crace scuffed a shot. Owusu crossed for Ricci to just miss connecting. This is going to happen sooner or later. Jamie Nay makes a lovely cross for Owusu to shoot into the side netting. At the other end Flackwell shot wide. Dave Bastian shot wide. Ricci sets up a shot for Bryan to shoot wide. Steve Velandia has a shot saved. Owusu tackling back well. Rudi has a dig go wide. Some lovely link up work between Jamie Nay and Owusu on the wing. Finally down the other wing the ball comes and after some lovely work by Bastian and Nyman Deano slots it home on the half hour. 1 – 0. Ricci shoots over the bar. Deano picks up the ball from deep and goes all the way before losing it. At the other end JJ saves. Deano crosses for Owusu to be offside. Rudi shoots wide. Ricci in a one on one with the keeper who saves. Here ended the first half and town were in command but finishing could be better. News came through Harlow winning 1 – 0 at half time.

Oh bugger it! Well lets just rest some players and the second half took on the appearance of a reserves game with less tackling and more of the same really. At the other end a heavily disguised overhead kick was extraordinarily well save by JJ at almost point blank range phew! Owusu shot by the post. Town double substitution Velandia and Stephens rested, Carroll and Jones on. Robbie Carroll immediately tackling back well time after time. Town sitting too deep. JJ saving time after time. Finally ball goes forward and Ricci runs on to a perfectly weighted ball to beat the keeper in a one on one. 2 – 0. Nyman off Negus on. Jamie Nay does a lovely one two cheekily with a defender. Owusu cross and Rudi Hall nails it 3 – 0. Town fans started to believe we might get a hatful of goals at last. Bastian did a great tackle back. Finally a brave Bryan Hammatt slid in to connect with a loose ball in the box 4 – 0. Andy Jones doing penance for last weeks red card got the ball into the box and was brought down. Penalty! Owusu then tried to take the penalty instead of the recognised town penalty taker Rudi. Rudi eventually nailed it 5 – 0. Owusu storms off in a huff.

This was a good game for Owusu’s and for me he has been better than Campbell in this position (this season - not last season) but he needs to understand that we have no idea what his penalty taking is like and Rudi has been doing it for many years for Town, (was a world champion) and has the confidence of the fans and management at the task.

So Town enter the playoffs with an ok display. Hopefully a game against better opposition will bring out the best in town.


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Well done lads, must have been all those lucky Mascots today. Keep up the good work for Tuesday.

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Originally Posted By: Rhymenreason
.....This was a good game for Owusu’s and for me he has been better than Campbell in this position....


Well we both stand behind the goal, but we obviously see things very diffrently, since Owusu arrived Ive yet to see him have a good game, his first touch is so poor its hard to believe he was a youth international, his choice of pass always seems late or wrong & he certainly is not a team player as has shown on several occasions, as for the penalty shenanigans how embarrasing was that? why would anyone other than Rudi take the pen? I was hopeing as he threw his strop that he would keep on walking off the pitch & out of the club, we do not need players with big time charlie attitudes at our club thankyou.

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Gazza,
I agree 100%
I thought Owusu's contribution was very very poor.
He is NOT a Team player and showed us his true colours with a tantrum over the penalty and at the end of the match when players tried to talk to him.
Jim describe him as his biggest player ever signed.
I think most supporters would be pleased to see the back of him, unless he can show us the hidden talent that Jim thinks he has.
He needs to remember it is a Team game.

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Thanks for the congratulations Invicible Man we shall see you all on Tuesday for hopefully a very exausting extra time game.

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Originally Posted By: Gazza
Originally Posted By: Rhymenreason
.....This was a good game for Owusu’s and for me he has been better than Campbell in this position....


Well we both stand behind the goal, but we obviously see things very diffrently, since Owusu arrived Ive yet to see him have a good game, his first touch is so poor its hard to believe he was a youth international, his choice of pass always seems late or wrong & he certainly is not a team player as has shown on several occasions, as for the penalty shenanigans how embarrasing was that? why would anyone other than Rudi take the pen? I was hopeing as he threw his strop that he would keep on walking off the pitch & out of the club, we do not need players with big time charlie attitudes at our club thankyou.


The farce just before the taking of the penalty reminded me of park football. 'It's my ball and so I should take the penalty'. What an unprofessional attitude 'Mr A' has. I was hoping he would continue walking off the park so that he would have got booked. He let himself down and the club and I hope that he does not pull on another Town shirt again.

Goodbye Mr A. I doubt if you will be missed when playing Premiership football with Manchester United next season.

Contrast this with the following. I went onto the pitch to escort the officials off at the end. A Flackwell Heath player congratulated the officials and then shook my hand and thanked me,on behalf of his team, for the work the stewards had done. Now that's non league football for you.



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Flackwell Heath have consistently been excellent whenever we have met with them Andy. From the good old china mugs to the keeper who was so good to Shannon. Nice people to do business with.

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Certainly showed Mr A up then.

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To be fair to Owusu,i think he was mainly upset at being manhandled by two of his fellow players.

Ok,he should had known that Rudi is our No1 with regards to penalties,but both Rudi and the other player involved (?), should have handled the situation better.Just had a firm word and ask him to hand the ball back,but to grab,push and manhandle a fellow player is not really on.

I too have been dissapointed with Afriyie's contribution since he arrived at the club,but i have had the feeling in several games that a few of his fellow teamamtes have not been overly happy with his arrival in the team,and when possible have even avoided passing to him.



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To be fair to Owusu,i think he was mainly upset at being manhandled by two of his fellow players.

Ok,he should had known that Rudi is our No1 with regards to penalties,but both Rudi and the other player involved (?), should have handled the situation better.Just had a firm word and ask him to hand the ball back,but to grab,push and manhandle a fellow player is not really on.

I too have been dissapointed with Afriyie's contribution since he arrived at the club,but i have had the feeling in several games that a few of his fellow teamamtes have not been overly happy with his arrival in the team,and when possible have even avoided passing to him.



I had heard that thought being banded about but on Saturday I thought the quality of inclusion was extremely good. Certainly he and Jamie Nay were in my view working together well.

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Originally Posted By: lovely stuff
To be fair to Owusu,i think he was mainly upset at being manhandled by two of his fellow players.

Ok,he should had known that Rudi is our No1 with regards to penalties,but both Rudi and the other player involved (?), should have handled the situation better.Just had a firm word and ask him to hand the ball back,but to grab,push and manhandle a fellow player is not really on.

I too have been dissapointed with Afriyie's contribution since he arrived at the club,but i have had the feeling in several games that a few of his fellow teamamtes have not been overly happy with his arrival in the team,and when possible have even avoided passing to him.


LS I was right by the incident, Hammatt picked the ball up & it was Owusu manhandling Hammatt to get the ball of him, he then tried to prevent him giving the ball to Rudi despite Hammatt telling him twice that he (Owusu) takes them if Rudi is not on the field, at this point Rudi's diplomacy patients ran out & got the situation sorted by pulling Owusu by his shirt & telling him to f**k off out of it, which as we saw he then did.

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His behaviour was pathetic, and he was an embarrassment in the car park afterwards, if an 8 year old had behaved like that, they would have been sent home. I think he showed himself up for what he is, over rated and not delivering.
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