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By rwakeley16/3/2019 07:01Sat Mar 16 07:01:27 2019In response to Re: Dorchester....

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Just about to set off... I found this weeks additions very interesting. If undertaken as a contingency then fine. I get worried gettting players in this stage of the season with regards to their impact and I have to say I question more as to why they are in the market-place to begin with. I saw the lad JJ and thought Liverpool's finest. However, his last full ninety was in a 9-1 loss for Harlow at Worthing. Partnered by one Curtis Ujah. These players have very short life-spans at a lot of clubs which for me is a red flag. Might go some way as to shedding light on Harlow's predicament. I'm not knocking the lad - he may well be out of this world. I'm more worried if the gaffer has done this with regards to any lack of faith in the current crop. Either way, we are at the stage of the season where mistakes are extremely costly. There has to be an element of inherant risk incorporating any new blood so late in the campaign. I expect Hendon to win comfortably today - anything less would be a 'massive' blow! Get the job done and move on.

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