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Re: Creating our own luck

By rwakeley12/4/2015 13:21Sun Apr 12 13:21:20 2015In response to Re: Mutual Respect

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With regards to Kevin. One aspect to me of our season has been our relatively injury free run of players. As one player has been curtailed we have had another due back in as an immediate replacement. Its worked like clockwork. I did hear on the grapevine yesterday that Ells has breached his booking milestone and is due a stint out. Flegg drops in. The likes of Elliott being injury free for the season and the fact that Kezie has remained such a consistent performer and injury free has clearly helped us.
The lads look in good condition. Casey upon his returns has looked, and presently looks, vibrant.
Kevin coming back in having had a few games out can breathe new life into proceedings. Even the odd fixture cancellation/re-schedule can work out for the better. Hornchurch may have been scrapping for their lives suddenly becomes from their perspective a potential 'dead rubber'.
A lot comes down the management and their manipulation of resources - I'm with Steve, the pieces have fallen into place. The game at SJP, small silly things can keep things percolating.
I don't know nine-tenths of what goes on behind the scenes, but the secretarial staff and their input also play an important role. Good management off the field is as important as on it.
First stab at honours this week - a bit more percolating!
Good luck chaps!

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