Credit where it is due
I'm going to compliment Enfield - they may not win the league, but they have undeniably found a style of play which suits their personnel.
As for Hendon today a B+ a draw a fair result. Second half, I was really impressed with Ollie. I think he has been utterly subdued all campaign. Today was the first time I've seen him cross the half-way line. He defended well, linked up well with Kezie, and here's the real shocker, overlapped. I've blamed the system for placing onus on the player in front. Today he did what he's best at enabling some fluidity. I like Jerome. I think the lad is a tad predictable. Their no 11, crossed from deep for cut inside, an Enfield trait. I maintain these lads have the potential to deliver so much more upside, take it from the opposition, it's become frustrating to watch! We have yet to establish our identity. With players on the sidelines coming back into the mix, the potential upside is obvious. One of these days the floodgates could open.
Irrespective of the immense frustrations, the lads have demonstrated a huge collective desire for the club.
We will overcome these obstacles and the fans will witness our own brand of football - I'm convinced of that.
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