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Re: Aaron Morgan

By rwakeley17/1/2016 12:43Sun Jan 17 12:43:53 2016In response to Aaron Morgan

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The very same point was raised behind the goal at SJP yesterday afternoon along with an interesting debate on with width of the pitch. For disclosure purposes, I would have traditionally shared the same view as Frank Murphy on that one - in the modern day high tempo world, not so sure!
My first visit to SJP, and my take-away is that the unrealized potential is almost tangible. Just approaching the ground it felt like a homecoming. A sleeping giant starting to awaken. You can envisage great nights unfolding. It's difficult not to get carried away but I'm salivating at the prospect.
I'm casting my mind back to games at Maidstone and evoking how our personnel can replicate similar intensity.
The relationship growth between ourselves, the community and Edgware can only enhance the potential.
I'm delighted for Rob Morris, the Board and the longer standing supporters of whom have stood by the club in difficult circumstances.
And on a personal note, thanks to Edd for the lift all the way back to Marylebone - the driving congestion around West Hampstead is almost as compelling - but no-where near as enjoyable!

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