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mrfish



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Join date : 2011-02-27

PostSubject: F A Trophy   10.10.17 2:08

Did not get too see to much of the games, as is most home games. but the last 10 minutes I did see Molesey were throwing everything they had at us. If somebody could have got the slightest of touches on one of the many crosses they put in we could have been going for a replay,but they didnt and we go through. We seem able to score recently, but surrender leads which is something Davis will work on in the near future. UP THE MOLES cheers
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PostSubject: Re: F A Trophy   10.10.17 2:46

Fc were the better side but had a couple of individual lapses to let them back in.Game should have been put to bed in the 1st half but as soon as they scored their 1st they was up for it..2nd goal followed up very quickly and was game on! Fc then scored 2 but they came back again with their 3rd and then they threw the kitchen sink at us to get a replay..Entertaining match!
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