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After Tuesday evenings thriller against Billericay, Town face another tough test tomorrow (Saturday) afternoon, when they host second-placed Havant & Waterlooville in the Ryman Premier Division, on The Hawks first every visit to the Queen Elizabeth Stadium.


Inconsistency, and a disappointing sequence of results, may have badly hit our own chances of reaching the play-offs this season, but you rest assured Town will be going flat out to win as many of our nine remaining matches as possible.


Back in November, Town travelled to Westleigh Park and beat Havant 0-2. It was a close, physical game, and if that encounter is anything to go by, a hum-dinger of a match is in prospect tomorrow afternoon, in front of what should be a good-size crowd.


To mark next weeks International Women's Day (8th March), and support the much publicised 'Women at the Game' initiative, Enfield Town are offering FREE admission to all women and girls at tomorrows match. A great chance to come along to a live match, support your local team, and make new friends.


Best of luck to Brad and the boys. Let's deliver another high energy performance, take our chances, and do yourself justice guys!


See you there folk!




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Looking at the Ryman Premier Division table, it's anyone's guess who will finish as champions this season. Bognor and Havant are neck and neck. Havant are one point behind Bognor with two games in hand. So, if Bognor drop points at home to Leatherhead, and Havant secured an unlikely win at the QE Stadium tomorrow, they would go top. But that isn't going to happen...is it?

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McDonald, Muleba, Campbell, Joseph, Kirby, Kiangebeni, Parcell, Crook, Devyne, Ottaway, Oliyide


Quinton, Bihmoutine, Livings, Wynter, Wilson

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  • 70'Bradley Quinton replaced Mickey Parcell

63'Samir Bihmoutine replaced Tyler Campbell

57'Dernell Wynter replaced Bobby Devyne

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Before the inquest I have to say some of the best finishing I've seen this season.... They had us worked out... soak up pressure then quick counter attacks again and again which even though we had enough warnings we did nothing to plug the gaps... some fantastic substitutions from Quinton ... Samir for Tyler... Darnell for Bobby and himself for mickey..... eight games to go would love to see changes now so we can start new season with fresh hope....

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Another poor home result. It's becoming common now. Our last home win was against Grays in January. Since then there have been 3 defeats and 1 draw and 2 of those games were against relegation candidates. The inconsistency is strange because on our day we are the best team in the league. We showed it against Finchley, Harrow, Worthing and Havant away.


Today's result just followed a recent pattern. Tried a lot but no cutting edge and ability to put it in the net

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Surely it's now time to start trying something new. What can we lose. Rather now

than the first 4/5 games next season when we are still searching for a side.


It must be obverse to most supporters that constant balls in the air to HO has

been a disaster, not for the want of trying by HO, but because it is so easy to defend against.


Over the course of this season we should now be able to recognise what is required for a team to gain promotion from this league. I don't wish to sound disloyal but we have quite a way to go to achieve this. Yes we have some very good players but from what I have seen ,to compete at the top of this league, we have still some way to go.


It is essential that steps are taken now to retain the best of our players.

It is also the time for a general re-think by the management with the view to

formulating a realistic plan as how best to achieve this. It would also be good to see a policy statement as to the direction they wish to take the club,

particularly if they wish to raise more revenue.

Because to go onwards and upwards means that more income will be required.. Easier said

than done.

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