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PostSubject: Marlow Away   07.11.16 0:10

Despite the result, I thought we more than held our own in the first half.
New lads did well again, and the new defender was impressive; may have fixed the problem there!

Seem to be struggling a little again up front. Not many chances/shots on goal, and in the second half we just dropped off the pace again.
Once more, from a watching brief, we just didn't have any sort of game plan.

With Histon hitting 6 yesterday, we have some very important games ahead this month.
Come the start of December, we'll more than likely know just what direction the rest of the season will take.

Hope to see a decent crowd on Tuesday night against Chesham!


(P.S, Jools wasn't at the game, so couldn't comment) lol!
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PostSubject: Re: Marlow Away   08.11.16 4:22

Agree Dave we held our end up well in the first half with what I will call, a some what depleted team due too injuries, sickness and unavailability. Didnt do enough to wind up that whinging No10 that they had in my opinion and for a big guy No 9 was Bambi on ice. Onward and upward COYM cheers
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