Messrs. Anderson & Borg on Mogadon
It's much harder to hear the benches at Earlsmead than at Fetcham Grove. Even though I was much nearer to the dugouts on Tuesday at Harrow v. Enfield Town, the noise of the fans on the covered side terrace can drown out comments from the benches and the pitch. The open bank at Lev'red is more acoustic-friendly for noise carrying from the middle.
However, I heard only three f-words on Tuesday night. Two from ETFC fans, which were not much more than mutterings and one from George Borg, which was again muttered to himself as much as anyone else. At no stage did Mr. Borg harangue officials and he rarely moved from the dugout. Mr. Anderson often stood by the corner of his dugout but remained seated for long spells.
Neither team looked much cop. Simeon Akinola continues to look better than Albert Adomah did for most of his time at Harrow. Without Akinola, Harrow might finish below Lev'red... which would probably be fatal. A slimmed-down Mark Kirby played centre-forward for Enfield, who were fairly dire, though Mr. Borg seemed chipper enough when leaving after the game. I'd imagine he'll sort them out, but they'll do well to finish halfway up.