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offline OldTowner

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Cost of footy just gone up.
Trip to Dartford next season.
Word is the Darts will be fav's to win the League !

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Worth the trip to thier lovely stadium smile Keep an eye on thier signings. They've just collared O'Brian from Angels. They already have some good players like Jay May and Brendan Cass who like to bang them in. They R1S was tough last season and is again this. It seems to be considered the R1N is an 'easier' division.

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Once again Town will have their work cut-out if they are to make it with the single automatic championship spot. The Darts will surely have the strength in depth and financial clout just like Boreham Wood and AFC Hornchurch did in the last two seasons.

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On previous outings we lost one at home and we won away. I reckon we can give them a run for their money but we will see in the fullness of time.

Harlow lost to us the whole of last season and still went up with Hornchurch, that is life.

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It will be consistency, not one off wins that will take next season's title. We did well against the fancied sides last year but kept dropping points against lowlier opposition.

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Rewind to the 2005/06 season and it was the two defeats v Champion-to-be, Boreham Wood that cost us. Just one draw against the Wood and Town would have been promoted.

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What about the points dropped at Aveley in what was just about our worst perfromance of the season when Wood's title challenge was really faltering.

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You will not go a season without dropping points somewhere. I thought compared to the previous season we did better last season against the lowers clubs and struggled against the midtable teams.




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