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Rather than resurrect the Saturday 5 October results thread, here are a number of photos from the Langford v Shefford Town & Campton SSML Division One fixture that day at Forde Park which the away side surprisingly won 7-2, albeit Langford were on a poor run at that time of the campaign. I think all of us enjoy visiting leafy Forde Park:

Langford FC

 

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56 minutes ago, Rhodes said:

Rather than resurrect the Saturday 5 October results thread, here are a number of photos from the Langford v Shefford Town & Campton SSML Division One fixture that day at Forde Park which the away side surprisingly won 7-2, albeit Langford were on a poor run at that time of the campaign. I think all of us enjoy visiting leafy Forde Park:

Langford FC

 

Love the one light floodlight 🙂 

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Old hat now but action from the Langford v Sun Postal Sports SSML Challenge Trophy Second Round tie at Forde Park on 6 December 2016 which Langford won 4-1 on their way to the Semi Final that season before losing to Thame Rangers:

 

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Photos from Winslow United v Langford at Elmfields Gate last term on 22 September 2018 which Winslow United won 5-0:

Winslow Utd v Langford

 

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A bit after the Lord Mayors Show but photographs from Brimsdown v Langford on 24 October 2015 in a SSML Division One fixture at the Queen Elizabeth II Stadium which Langford won 3-2:

Brimsdown FC 2-3 Langford FC (24-10-15)

 

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I still think of Langford as being a very strong Prem club. 

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Posted (edited)

Again well after the Lord Mayors Show I'm afraid but photographs from London Lions v Langford on 6 March 2012 in a 2011/12 SSML Division One fixture at Goffs Lane where London Lions were groundsharing at the time, London Lions won 3-1. Both sides netted within the first fifteen minutes and the Langford Captain was dismissed after thirty minutes following a two footed challenge which appeared to be a harsh decision, that changed the game as London Lions made their man advantage tell during the second period although they left it surprisingly late with Sam Sloma netting twice in the last five minutes:

London Lions FC 3-1 Langford FC (6-3-12)

 

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