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Totternhoe will win it. Can't see them losing many players from last years good season, and with Lee Loasby helping Chris Robson run it I'm sure we'll see one or two new additions (or even old faces) back there

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Looking at the proposed line up and without knowing anything about the 3 new clubs, it will be hard to look past Totternhoe if they keep the same set up and squad of players. MK Gallacticos caused a few upsets last season and with a bit more consistency they could be up there. Usual suspects in Aston Clinton and OBU will be there or there abouts.

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AFC Southgate appear to be a well run club judging by their website. A youth team becoming senior is a complete unknown but could be successful. Good example being Biggleswade FC in Div 1 last season

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Looks an interesting season, with no standout teams compared the previous couple of seasons.

 

Thought last season was the most competitive since I've involved with OB.

 

Totternhoe were very good last season and will be interesting to see if they can maintain it.

 

Expect Clinton, Gallacticos, Loughton Manor and Pitstone (if they get their best team out) and hopefully us to be up there.

 

61 could be a dark horse if they pick up any of Langford guys now Penman has left.

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AFC Southgate appear to be a well run club judging by their website. A youth team becoming senior is a complete unknown but could be successful. Good example being Biggleswade FC in Div 1 last season

Website says AFC Southgate manager Rak Hudson managed Kentish Town in the South mid league and also played for Hendon. Could do well if he brings some experienced players in to play with the youngsters.

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We played Amersham Town in a friendly last night and the team that Mani Asare put out last night would seriously have not looked out of place in the Premier Division.  Loads of pace and youth and two players that stood out were Callum Neal and Issac Asare.

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We played Amersham Town in a friendly last night and the team that Mani Asare put out last night would seriously have not looked out of place in the Premier Division. Loads of pace and youth and two players that stood out were Callum Neal and Issac Asare.

A draw against a team that finished 3rd bottom last season suggests otherwise

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