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Tonight we travel over to Kingsmeadow Stadium to face Kingstonian in the Ryman Premier Division. Back in August we beat the K's 3-0 at the QE2, in our fourth league fixture of the season.

 We can expect a much closer match this evening, with both teams looking to bounce back after defeats at the weekend.

After a below par performance on Saturday against Wingate, it is a great opportunity for Town to up their game, show what they are capable of,  get back on the winning trail again, and underline our play-offs ambition..

We all want Town to win tonight, so very best of luck to Brad and the boys. Let's deliver three precious points tonight guys!


'COME ON YOU TOWN'



 

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HT    Kingstonian  0-0  Enfield Town

A goalless first half at Kingsmeadow Stadium. Town have made a number of changes this evening, with Brad playing himself, and by all accounts we are playing much better than Saturday, but need to stick away chances. Fingers crossed!

 

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A great response and show of character by Town tonight. That's the double over the K's this season. Be interested to hear what our supporters, at the match, have to say about the overall performance this evening. But congratulations and well done to our guys on this excellent result. 

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From the radio sounded like we did the basics right. No matter what the system or formation...play it on the ground to a team mate move and get it back. Be patient and the chances appear to split the defence or get a cross in.

Credit to Brad that under pressure he didn't resort to the stereotypical English long ball. I think one of the reasons he may have played himself was to set a possession ethic. It worked and we won 'pretty....ish'.

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What a fantastic te effort tonight superbly led by Brad at the back.

All the players new there jobs and stuck to them.A great defence splitting ball by Dixon for our first goal and a lung busting run and cross from Samir to set up number two.

What a massive improvement from Saturday a big well done to the players coaching staff and of course us fans who battled the m25 traffic to get there.???

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Well, what a difference from Saturday.

Chalk and Cheese.

If Sat was 1* then tonight was 10*.

Changes forced on Brad due to injury and non availability.

 

Brad played a great game sitting behind everyone as a sweeper. Excellent.

Great attitude by the Players.

 

It's always if only, but if only we had picked up a few more points we would be clear 6th.

 

Is there still time to push on........yes.

If the spirit shown tonight can continue.

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An away win without Kirby or Ottoway.Great result.Bobby only on bench even with Harry missing.Woudn't be surprised if he followed Claudio out of the door for the second time.

Regularly scoring late on (especially away from home) is a very good sign and shows commitment and fitness.Was impressed with Brad in being pro-active in playing himself when questions were being asked of the team.He didn't just sit back and let others try to pull him out of a difficult period.He rolled up his sleeves and led from the front.Good to see Jordan back in the starting line-up.

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And after all the rubbish talk following our equally rubbish performance on Saturday we are on a run of about 1 defeat in the last 6-7 games and in 8th place.

We however do need a golden nugget new signing or two to replace the missing quality we had with Claudio and Corey's

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From what I read, more than I had hoped for. A very brave gesture by Brad to put

himself in the firing line. It is obvious that his influence on the pitch brought out the best in the players. Unfortunately, we can't expect him to put in an

appearance to often but it shows that with leadership comes discipline.

 

However, it was not all rubbish written since Saturday. Too many supporters aired

the same legitimate concerns. Let's hope that Brad can exert the same influence

off the pitch. It is now up to the players.

 

Now they have the taste of winning away let's hope we can enjoy with them the same feeling on Saturday.

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And after all the rubbish talk following our equally rubbish performance on Saturday we are on a run of about 1 defeat in the last 6-7 games and in 8th place.

We however do need a golden nugget new signing or two to replace the missing quality we had with Claudio and Corey's

EU whilst I fully understand the euphoria after an excellent performance and result last night, and we want more of the same against Canvey Island on Saturday, think you are being a bit frivolous, dismissing supporters genuine concerns as rubbish talk, after last Saturdays proverbial 'Rocky Horror Show'. We all want success for the Town, and will give credit where it is due, but everyone is entitled to express an opinion, and make constructive criticism, where applicable.

 

Think most people would probably agree that we still need to add a couple of quality signings, but not sure where we are going to find the golden nuggets to pay for them!

 

 

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