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Re: Merthyr 0 Hendon 2

By John Rogers18/2/2019 11:58Mon Feb 18 11:58:04 2019In response to Merthyr 0 Hendon 2

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The difference in the side over the past month or so has been visible. After weeks of fragility both structurally and mentally, we look so much better in both ways, increasingly so, in recent weeks.

No-one deserves credit more than the manager, in my view. He's been nothing short of honest throughout the season, even when we were winning games at the start of the season and has clearly been working tirelessly to turn the ship around. There's still some way to go and one win doesn't change everything at all - but that's now five unbeaten which, after a run of 9 straight defeats, gives cause for optimisim.

Chuffed to bits as well for those players that continued to stand up and be counted during the bad run and stick things out whilst others sometimes went missing - none more so than Danny Boness who seems to have come through that tough spell where he made a few crucial errors and put in, by all accounts, a flawless performance on Saturday.

Some really big games coming up against Gosport and Basingstoke, two sides in and around us, if we can begin to pick up points against those sides around us, I think we'll be okay.

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