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Postby baz » Sat Sep 21, 2019 8:38 pm

For a long time it looked like one of those days again. Dominated the first half, creating 4 or 5 good chances without converting them. Game should have been over by half-time. Helped by an own goal to get our noses in front and good spot by Danny Kedwell to pick out Andy Drury for a calm finish which appeared to put the game to bed. Alas, slack defending allowed Taunton to pull one back in injury time and we had to withstand some late pressure which made for an uncomfortable last couple of minutes or so. Thank goodness we don't have to endure a midweek replay.

The football was, as usual, good to watch, but we know we have to be more clinical when the opportunities arise, otherwise the pressure builds and mistakes tend to creep in. Definitely miss Wes in midfield as he gives us that energy and bite further up the park. We are down to the bare bones with fit players at the moment which obviously is not helping, but we cant complain about the effort the players are giving each week.

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Re: Taunton

Postby Pompeyred » Mon Sep 23, 2019 8:52 am

The magic of the FA Cup! :)

another good team performance without the goals we deserved. big game coming up next weekend!
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