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    Reserves Coach
  • Birthday October 8

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  1. littlehampton

    Town v Harlow

    Well, well, well, quite a week for the Town! Two new signings, two wins on the bounce, and six precious points to show for our efforts! By all accounts an excellent, dominant display today, particularly in the second half. Be interested to hear what the Town faithful made of the game and our overall team performance. Would certainly appear we carried on this afternoon from our excellent showing at Bognor earlier in the week. Are we getting back on track for a spot in the play-offs? Note we don't have another fixture now until Boxing Day, so we should have a fully fit squad, if our players don't over indulge on Christmas Day!!!! Great to be winning again, so well done to Andy and the boys on todays result, and let's hope for more of the same in the second half of the season.
  2. It has just been announced on the ETFC official website that Town have signed experienced central defender Marc Weatherstone from Wingate & Finchley. He is available to play against Harlow Town today. Welcome to the Club Marc.
  3. littlehampton

    Bognor Regis Town v Enfield Town

    Let's start with the obvious. Both teams badly needed a win last night at Nyewood Lane, to close the gap and keep in touch with other promotion candidates. As the old adage goes, if you can't win, don't lose. We didn't, we won! Bognor, with home advantage, started slight favorites, allowing for Towns recent poor run of results, but matches between the two clubs have always been close encounters over the years. With everything to play for, the first half was fast, furious, even, too close to call, until The Rocks broke the deadlock, taking the lead in the 43rd minute, to leave Town a goal down at the interval, and all to do in the second half. After the break, Town continued to press forward in search of an equaliser, and were rewarded when Billy Bricknell headed home in the 68th minute. The deciding goal and match winner came in the 82nd minute when Ryan Blackman fired into the top corner from the edge of the penalty box. Job done! A fine footballing goal won this tight game for an improving Town team. So what about our new forward signing Muhammad Faal who made an impressive contribution on his debut last night? Early days, but the 21 year old, who stands around 6' 3", and boasts a lean physique, is fast, skillful, hardworking, and a constant to the opposition, particularly when breaking forward from mid-field or upfront. Mo certainly looks a very useful signing for the Town, and if last nights display is anything to go on, it won't be long before goals follow. All credit to our players for fine battling performance, and great show of team spirit at Bognor, which secured a memorable victory, three precious points, and moved us back up to 5th in the table. Finally, well done to all the Town faithful who made the long journey down to the South Coast for this match. They saw a very close, entertaining match, and were well rewarded.
  4. littlehampton

    New striker signs

    Great news - well done Andy! Good to see we have signed a young forward with a good pedigree. Look forward to seeing Mo on his debut for Town at Bognor this evening.
  5. littlehampton

    League Cup Update

    Match Result Maldon 1 - 2 Enfield Town Match report posted on the ETFC official website. In the League Cup quarter final Town will be at home to Burgess Hill.
  6. littlehampton

    League Cup Update

    Half Time Score Maldon 0 - 2 Enfield Town Town scorers Taofiq Olomowewe 4 mins Liam Hope 19 mins
  7. littlehampton

    Enfield Town v Kingstonian

    A disappointing home defeat against an in-form K's side, and a poor run of results for Town with six matches without a win. Be interesting to hear what peoples thoughts are on the match. We might not be banging the goals in at present, but our old boys certainly are. Two for Harry Ottaway, two for Mark Kirby in Haringey Boroughs 3-1 win over AFC Hornchurch, and (don't think I should mention this) three for Brandon Adams in Ware's 1-6 win today.
  8. littlehampton

    Enfield Town v Kingstonian

    A good turnout of 433 at the QE2 this afternoon. Now all we need is a win and three points to brighten up the day.
  9. littlehampton

    Enfield Town v Kingstonian

    In the absence of goals and updates so far at the QE2 Stadium, note that our old friend Harry Ottaway has scored two in the first half for Ashford United against Herne Bay, and Brandon Adams has scored for Ware on his debut away to FC Romania.
  10. littlehampton

    FA Trophy 10th November

    Thanks, I'll take that as a compliment coming from a real gentleman like you !!!
  11. littlehampton

    FA Trophy 10th November

    4WF everyone is entitled to their opinion, but I certainly have no intention of spending my precious time debating cheap, ill-informed comments, on a national website, which would be a totally meaningless hot-air exercise, and definitely not in the best interests of our Club. You certainly don't need to remind me of anything to do with the old club, as I have a crystal clear recollection, you were not involved, and it has absolutely nothing to do with this discussion. Tomorrow I shall be making a 200 mile round journey to the QE II Stadium, to support our team, and all the hardworking, loyal Towners who work tirelessly behind the scenes, to make our Club what it is today. If you wish to sound me out, to discuss your one-sided views, be my guest. Just don't expect me to agree with you!
  12. littlehampton

    FA Trophy 10th November

    Yes, yesterdays result was a massive disappointment to everyone who supports The Town, not least those of us who made the 70+ mile journey to Basingstoke, to support our guys in a difficult away cup-tie. As CD Towner confirmed in an earlier post, for much of the game we were the dominant side, and we certainly did not deserve to lose. Having taken a first half lead, Town were in control, until two unfortunate individual errors, late in the game, cost us the match. Before some individuals play the blame game, having a go at our team, players, or our Manager, I suggest they read ETFC Press Officer Ken Brazier's excellent match report on the official website, which provides a very fair, well balanced account of the game. Hopefully, our players will bounce back on Tuesday evening, against a good Worthing side, who are playing well and looking for promotion themselves this season. Should be a good match and we need everyone to get behind our guys, and lift them as they go for a win and another three points. See you there?
  13. littlehampton

    ETFC V Haringay

    Not sure why, but the kick-off was delayed and the match only got underway a short while ago.
  14. littlehampton

    ETFC V Haringay

    Ryan is out today serving a 0ne match suspension.
  15. littlehampton

    Lowestoft v Enfield Town

    Great result for the Town, and how good it feels to progress to the next round. Believe that this is the first time we have won at this ground, and it sounds like another very close match today. No regular updates to go on, so we'll have to wait for comments from the Town faithful, who made the long journey up to Suffolk, to find out more about this hard earned victory this afternoon. Well done to Liam for his last-minute match-winning strike, and to Andy Leese and the rest of our players for achieving this result, and generating much-needed revenue for our Club from the FA Trophy prize fund. Let's hope the Draw is kind to us on Monday!