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Enforced break - a blessing in disguise?

By rwakeley (legacy user)4/1/2015 21:07Sun Jan 4 21:07:45 2015In response to Re: Edgware and SJP

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Purely from a footy perspective I wasn't too miffed Saturday was off.
Brian Clough once said, "preparation is relaxation" so who are we to disagree?
Saturday's break and a free week may have been just what the doctor ordered and come at the right time.
Onto Enfield. Past games have had kanikaze tendancies.
Nothing personal but I can't stand the place, the journey, their style, (actually there's a huge amount
of respect in the latter), there is something about them. They can be equally brilliant and medicore, usually in the same game. I find Enfield quite fascinating.
Their form is off having lost 5 in 6. That won't count for anything.
Expecting an un-predictable afternoon.

rwakeley

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