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TW3 Beaver
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Post by TW3 Beaver »

A win will put us on the edge of the Play Offs, a bit of a dream I know, but we must try and pick up as many points as possible and see where it takes us.
Shepperton Supporter
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Would be happy with a point, they are better placed than us and they have in Jeffers a proven scorer at this level.
HamptonMad
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A win today will put us a point behind them. And really muck up there playoff hopes. They won't like coming here on a bank holiday. Lets get behind the team and get a win.
Tony
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They have lost five of their last six games.
TW10
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not sure how it’s come to this.. never seen so many defensive players in one side..work hard but completely unbalanced line up
HamptonMad
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0.0 final score. We nearly won it at the end. Start The Club car Mr Barbel let's get out of here.
Big Rich
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HamptonMad wrote: Mon Apr 18, 2022 4:54 pm 0.0 final score. We nearly won it at the end. Start The Club car Mr Barbel let's get out of here.
No more playoffs HM.
Tony
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Post by Tony »

Both sides could have played another 90 minutes and not scored. Not sure I have seen a Hampton side with so little attacking threat. Our defence was solid and young Hines was a positive but midfield and beyond was as poor as I can remember. Obviously missed Deadfield etc and still no sign of Gray. I counted three shots all game.
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Post by Lord Elpus »

It almost got exciting towards the end and we could have snatched aĺl three points in what would have been a very unlikely win. However, it was one of those games where both sides have their eye on a summer beach (not sure why in St. Albans case, although they are very ordinary looking playoff contenders) and with a few meaningless games coming up now, bring on the end of the season so we can re- group, get rid of some players and hopefully bring a few forwards in.
TW3 Beaver
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Very poor game.

Their keeper got lucky in the first half when he deflected an effort onto the bar, and we came close at the end when their keeper made a save, but apart from that nothing much happened.
HamptonMad
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Big Rich wrote: Mon Apr 18, 2022 5:19 pm
HamptonMad wrote: Mon Apr 18, 2022 4:54 pm 0.0 final score. We nearly won it at the end. Start The Club car Mr Barbel let's get out of here.
No more playoffs HM.
We can't afford promotion at the moment Big Rich. We would have to sell The Club Car.
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Post by Shepperton Supporter »

Not a great game, we had very little goal threat due to lack of options and midfield lack creativity, again we had to field defenders in unfamiliar roles. The defence again was solid, Ness and Inman again looking solid. We have an exciting prospect in Hines and he played the experienced Banton well.
We could have won it in the last few minutes when we had a couple of opportunities, but on the balance of play, it was a fair result.
Think we all know what positions should be on Gary’s shopping list and he may now have an idea as to his retained list.
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