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Pris_Ris_Scott

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PostSubject: Uxbridge at home   06.02.15 23:01

tough one tomorrow

uxbridge's form is all over the place with a win here a draw there and a loss thrown in every now and again. However if their game against the d*cks is anything to go by, one thing we have to carefull of is that Uxbridge clearly have the ability to absoloutly maul a team that goes to sleep. so we have to stay focused every second of the game.

bedworth have chalfont at home, so we can assume thats 3 points to Bedworth, thus we have to keep up our end of the fight and get three points ourselves

COME ON YOU MOLES! cheers



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PostSubject: Re: Uxbridge at home   08.02.15 7:30

Yesssss get in , lovely to get back to winning ways ,

Uxbridge offered nothing apart from the lucky goal they scored , happy with performance , well done lads Smile
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PostSubject: Re: Uxbridge at home   08.02.15 12:09

I enjoyed the game, playing in the mud is fun to watch(if you win). Really should have had a few more goals, their keeper did well. Three points is all that really mattered and we got those, great stuff cheers
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PostSubject: Re: Uxbridge at home   09.02.15 6:57

My god DB enjoyed the match..Dogged display by the moles on a dog end of a pitch..sure I saw a few potatoe plants springing up out there. .
Another 3 points on our push for promotion. .
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PostSubject: Re: Uxbridge at home   09.02.15 19:10

Thought first half that we were excellent on a very tricky surface. Both teams seemed to tire in the second half as the heavy pitch took it's toll. Brad was immense as usual, he was all over the midfield. Davis loves the mud and marshalled the centre of the pitch and Brian had his best game for a long time, holding the ball up and bringing the wingers in. All in all very pleased
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PostSubject: Re: Uxbridge at home   09.02.15 20:23

You got that spot on Mike,we have a great manager with good staff and a great suad.Fair play to Warren,Danny,yourself and all who help get the pitch playable.That proberly applies to all of the other ground staff at our level. O P. P S get well soon Liz ,You are so important to our success.
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PostSubject: Re: Uxbridge at home   10.02.15 0:10

coach wrote:
My god DB enjoyed the match..Dogged display by the moles on a dog end of a  pitch..sure I saw a few potatoe plants springing up out there. .
Another 3 points on our push for promotion. .
Perhaps I'm reminiscing of when top flight football looked like this in the winter, nowadays they look like August pitches all season.
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