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Re: We're on a mission

By John Rogers26/12/2017 19:02Tue Dec 26 19:02:58 2017In response to Re: We're on a mission

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First half wasn't a great watch. The pitch was sticky and neither side able to either fashion a shooting chance in the first 35 minutes or, indeed, any semblence of possession.

Then, Niko unleashed a lethal snap shot which came off the crossbar and the shackles were off.

We scored four, hit the woodwork twice, had players hit the woodwork twice narrowly failing to convert at the far post and a perfectly good goal chalked off late on when Niko was in front of the keeper from a corner and headed home yet was adjudged to have somehow impeded Minter.

The move which led to Zak hitting the post with a first time volley was worthy of a much higher level than this and although everyone was very good in the second half, today was the best I've seen from Josh Walker from a start. He was outstanding - the run which turned the Harrow left-back inside-out three times before drawing the penality was mesmeric.

Still a number of huge challenges ahead, but 54 goals in 23 league matches, two players in double figures and three others within sniffing distance. Whilst Niko's 26 goals so far have been important, seeing others contribute with plenty of goals is heartening.

Well done today boys, difficult opponents, difficult conditions and came through with flying colours. Onto Harlow and then Wingate!

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