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Interesting cluster of teams below taking points off eachother - bodes for an interesting second half to the campaign.
VCD match correspondent stated our pitch was on Saturday akin to a pudding so no real surprise our fluency may have been off. The characteristics may have been more suited to the opponents. Draw your own conclusions. Can't help thinking this maybe a factor in the Xmas derby games.
Tonight. evidently more engaging, two sides of whom both like to play - the outcome more subjective. The result reminds me of the 1-0 win at Concord a couple of years back, (I think)!
Maidstone unbeaten at home - all sounds very familiar in the next month or so.
The onus is on ourselves, in what will be a very difficult month including a trip to Donkey Lane.
Looking at our team line-up tonight I am still wondering what the exact positions of the personnel was - although in truth I can probably like most guess with a reasonable degree of accuracy, especially with the absence of Kevin Mac.
I've gone with a whimisical 3 centre-half approach in my head since our cup-exit - but since dismissed it - but I can't help thinking against certain teams it could be worth a try.
My head's on it's usual post-match trip!
If it ain't broken why change it?
That is one very satisfactory nights work - the personification of a very healthy work ethic.
Very happy supporter!
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