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Burgess Hill v Enfield Town

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Team

 

Wright, Hatton, Parcell, Johnson, Olomowewe, McLean, sayoud, youngs, Hope, Chaney, Greene

 

Subs

 

Blackman, Adams, Tunbridge, Mubiayi, Nolan

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FT 6-1

 

Sayoud made 4 goals and hit the bar

 

 

Sitting on top of the table tonight

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Another Wow moment!!!!!!

 

Great to have been able to watch the mighty ETFC machine in action, especially as it took place so close to home for me.

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Superb performances all over the pitch, we played some scintillating football at times, couldn't fault anyone - Burgess Hill were blown away in spells but attacked us too and Joe Wright made at least one outstanding save. 10-3 might have been a fairer reflection!

 

With some important players out (Taaffe unavailable, Sutton newly injured, Bricknell still injured) the cohesion in the team was brilliant. This squad is being run from the midfield - right decision by Andy to leave Ryan Blackman on the sidelines for this one as Johnson, Youngs and Chaney are playing suberbly. Ryan's determination to get back into the team was in full evidence when he came on, putting in a strong performance - you're not alone as a Captain fighting to get back in, Ryan, look at Jordan Henderson! Will be interesting in the coming months to see if we try to fit all 4 of those midfielders in to a team formation - I suspect Monday's team may depend upon how bodies react to a game within 48 hours of the last one (can you imagine Mourinho's comments if his prima donnas had to play so soon?).

 

Liam Hope looked incredibly disappointed to be taken off after 65 minutes but I suspect, with the game won, that was with Monday in mind after he had put in another great performance and probably his best of the season. Keep it up, Liam! Aaron Greene was also taken off early but was probably my man of the match for the time he was on the field, setting the tone early with some great wing play. Bilal also contributed with a number of assists so we were dangerous on both wings.

 

Exciting times - whilst we shouldn't read too much into early season form, it feels good to be sitting top of the league!  

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Anyone know why Taafe and Sutton not in the squad - injured?

 

Any reason we have a gk as sub?

Taaffe unavailable, Sutton injured. Final sub was Noto not Nolan - typo

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Great to see the Town play so well and also put in a good allround performance.

 

Greene looked good in his return....Mickey filled in well at left back and going forwards we really have started to play some lovely stuff.

 

Defence again looked very steady and dealt comfortably with most of what Hill could throw their way.

 

I'm sure Monday will be a tougher test especially as they won yesterday but really does look like we have makings of a team here.     Pace, balance, passing, and players who are all willing to work for each other.      Bench again looked strong and can't wait to see what Billy can offer when he's fit.  We keep the ball on the floor when we can, can get stuck in when we need to and overall an exciting season ahead.    :)

 

Come on the Town in just over 24 hours.    Hopefully be a very different performance to the same fixture last year.

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Four games in and already there is growing optimism that this could be a special season for The Town. After a victory even more comprehensive than the handsome 6-1 scoreline suggests, there is already a developing sense within The Town camp that Andy Leese has assembled an impressive squad of talented, committed players, capable of moving the ball with purpose and speed, who play as a team, who are definitely up for the challenge. They were excellent down here in West Sussex yesterday, and received a well deserved rapturous reception from Town supporters after the match. 

Early days, but our squad has greater depth than last season, Andy certainly has many more options, and if the spirit and determination shown yesterday is taken into every match, we will be very hard to beat this season, and it might well take Town further than we might have imagined.

Keep the faith! COYT

 

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