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  1. So his 5 minutes at Kings Langley is over and he's gone to rejoin Louis Stead.
  2. Jets X 3 MK Irish XII 2 If there's a worse ref than Matthew Paluszkiewicz then God help us, one scandalous decision after another. At one point even overruled the lino to give Irish a corner, from which they inevitably scored. He had a massive hand in their first too, sending off Ben Barnett for a second yellow for falling onto the back of the attacker's legs when the MK man had obviously run across him (yet he failed to see the most blatant handball when an Irish defender was the last man in the first half 😡 ). The visitors got their first equaliser from the subsequent free kick, an
  3. A first league win for 2 months and ending a winless run of 9 games, a very welcome 3 points at Holmer Green sees Jets climb out of the drop zone with a 2-1 scoreline. Played in almost perpetual rain it wasn't a classic, and Jets rode their luck certainly with the post twice coming to their aid, but having been an early goal down at the break Ferrell Charles latched on to a peach of a cross from Kyal Williams on the hour before Ricardo Adewuji grabbed the winner on 68. Right back Steven Wade got his marching orders for kicking the ball away with 15 still to go, a second yellow and t
  4. Leighton weren't great considering they're top. Interesting they've played so many games already, almost as if it's their fallback strategy if we get a PPG scenario for another curtailed season. I'll eat my hat if they finish top legitimately. Oh and I'll just leave this goal of the season dead cert here:
  5. London Colney 2 Oxhey Jets 1 Filthy afternoon at Cotlandswick but a decent game considering. Much improved Jets dominated the first half but fell behind on 25 minutes, when the right back slipped allowing the left winger plenty of time to pick his man in the box, and he finished with ease. Tom Inch was able to get behind the defence 3 minutes later though after another defensive slip, and kept his composure to draw the keeper and convert, a well taken finish. Chances were few and far between at both ends, but Oxhey will feel unlucky to have gone in level when on top. T
  6. So the Kevin Christou era began for Jets at Wilks Park, with 8 debutants. On one showing I'd say 3 have potential, and 3 will probably never play for the club again. First half was attack versus defence with Jets on the back foot but occasionally breaking with pace, and had we held out until half time it would have been a good foundation on which to build. Sadly individual errors meant it was 2-0 to the hosts at the break, and I can't have been the only one fearing the worst. The second 45 was much more competitive, right back Kenny Nobrega finishing a good move to halve the def
  7. Bad to worse? They've won their last 4 games with an aggregate score of 19-4! Plenty of clubs would love to have such problems 🤣
  8. And we used to hang people for stealing sheep. Just because it's been done for years doesn't make it right does it.
  9. That's not even close, who had the flag, Stevie Wonder?
  10. I've got to ask Karen, why is this taking precedence over the league fixture between Jets and Risborough? Can only think it was because Jets could have theoretically made FAQ2Q, but that was always going to be a stretch. AFAIK the decision to postpone the Jets v RR league game scheduled for this Saturday was only made after Jets had drawn with Kingstonian.
  11. Lewis is on holiday, and is staying (at Jets, not on holiday so no he didn't, and I'm pretty sure he wasn't on the bench for Kingstonian away either despite being named as such, he said on Twitter beforehand he'd be gutted to miss it. I do know a young lad who could have joined Ipswich made his Jets debut in central defence, and the Lions featured the son of Basher Bates in midfield (built like a brick wotsit at 17!). Lack of a team sheet means I don't their names, but was sat with their respective dad/grandad, and a very enjoyable afternoon it was too (barring the result ofc)
  12. Yes and it really was astonishing in the circumstances, Lewis Putnam was like Beckham was for England in that World Cup qualifier against Greece all those years ago, absolutely immense. I've heard anything from 7 to 15 followed Stuart Atkins through the exit, certainly many haven't featured since the fateful game with Arlesey and two who have found new clubs are Louis Bircham (Harefield) and Reece Cameron (Colney Heath). So it's not an ideal situation.
  13. Jets woes look set to continue, 3 down at half time and should be 5 really, albeit we should have had 1. On the plus side it's a beautiful afternoon 😎
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