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Blitzkrieg Football is Back!

By rwakeley24/3/2018 22:48Sat Mar 24 22:48:48 2018In response to Re: YES!!!

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Perfect timing - It's been in hibernation for a while. One nagging doubt, with the injuries, was could we re-discover the devastation we had early season. There's our emphatic YES!!! That Blitzkrieg 10 minutes of havoc, not forgetting the in-evitable last minute goal. A couple of their midfield were struggling physically after 20 minutes. Today has gotten me thinking what was the specific catalyst or whether it was a culmination of factors producing a perfect storm. With the worst of the bad weather, hopefully behind us, we can push on. The timing was beyond perfect.
Shout-out to the lad Hammond, thought he was targeted at Staines and today bounced back admirably. Josh has a 1 in 2 strike-rate in the league - so he's another string to our bow. The real star for me today, the lad Corcoran. Hendon for me look quite unique in some much as each player has a clear definable role. There is an onus on individual responsibility. It looks pronounced. It's become increasingly apparent. It's German-esque efficiency. This guy McCann - German ancestry - back on my Liverpool theory.
Vorsprung Durch Technik! - However we slice it - We've got our mojo back!
The timing is exquisite - make the most of it - fantastic performance!

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