F A Trophy R2

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Re: F A Trophy R2

Postby Pompeyred » Wed Jan 09, 2019 4:48 pm

no need to worry about Harrogate now :)

A total damp squid if ever there was one, ticket pricing was all wrong, only 226 bothered, half the team didn't bother either!

the old "concentrate on the league" now has never been more important

onward and upwards, the week off might just do us a favour
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Re: F A Trophy R2

Postby ade » Wed Jan 09, 2019 7:09 pm

see where ya comin' from pompers redders :wave: :thumbup:

training tomorrow and injury update :?:

maybe same as for sat :?: :idea:

utilize our awesome squad next tuesday home to wessex league team solent in the hampshire senior cup. get some mins into players that may not have featured and or returning from knocks :idea: :?:

attitude and application right to try to progress to the hsc semis in our bid to retain the coveted trophy :geek:

more feelgood factor training and preparation before we embark on nothing short of 17 epic bastard cup finals to retain our nat league status that we worked so hard for....

starting sat week at the delightful boreham wood :shifty:
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Re: F A Trophy R2

Postby Allen » Wed Jan 09, 2019 9:57 pm

All a bit of a pointless exercise. We know exactly what Kabamba can (not) do. Would have been much more interested in seeing what Hassan Jalloh can do after his impressive cameo performance at Eastleigh. No doubt he'll get a run out next week against Team Solent - but what's the point ?

To cap a disappointing evening there was a certain inevitability that it would be a Pavey strike that was the difference between the two sides. Although TBF apart from an impressive last few minutes we never really looked likely to get anything out of what is now one of the league's form sides. Hopefully a weekend rest, and a HSC run out next week will recharge our batteries for what looks a tricky run of games.
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Re: F A Trophy R2

Postby underthenewstand » Wed Jan 09, 2019 10:23 pm

Hassan was cup tied so couldnt play so not sure why he was in full kit last night.

Badly need a target man from somewhere or i would even gamble and stick Jordan Rose up their until we find someone as we have no one with physical presance up their.

Theo Lewis is wasted in a deeper role as even with him further forward we create a few chances when he is in the box.

Problem begin going out in the early stages of the cups means less dosh to bring in someone up top who will make a difference for us like Jonah was doing.
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Re: F A Trophy R2

Postby CyprusHawk » Thu Jan 10, 2019 8:09 am

bit disappointed we're out of the Trophy and poor attendance just 229 went along. Couldn't score either, shows we're lacking a little bit in the squad i think now we've lost a few players. Need some additions as a matter of urgency i think. Whats happened to Rutherford's form - he was on fire and now doesn't seem to have his scoring boots on?
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Re: F A Trophy R2

Postby baz » Fri Jan 11, 2019 1:16 pm

We require a striker, defender and midfielder. The first 2 PDQ. Experience essential!
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