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Chris Seeby & Last Night's Win

By Deadman21/4/2016 07:41Thu Apr 21 07:41:17 2016

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The lad deserves a huge amount of credit (as does Mark the physio) for the way he has battled back from serious injury to turn in two superb performances...in three days!!!

The quality he has shown in this week's games, shows what we have been missing. Excellent positional sense, aerial ability, combined with an old fashioned attitude to doing the simple things.

If it were me, given the nature of his injury, I'd think about resting him for the Bognor game but I think he will probably start. But I wouldn't think twice about picking him for the Cup Final. For me, he's got to play!

Lastly, a word on last night's game at Burgess Hill. It was by no means a classic on a typically bumpy pitch but it was a hard fought scrap in which every member of the team was fully committed. Joe's handling set the tone and this was followed (especially in the last 15 minutes) by countless winning headers and tackles by our back four and screening midfielders. Stand outs for me were the back four.....all of whom were superb in the second half but a special mention must go to Maz Bettache. Not everything he tried came off but he kept at it and produced the one moment of quality to win the match. It shouldn't be forgotten that he's another player who is working his way back from serious injury.

Well done to everyone on and off the pitch for securing our status in the Premier Division and those who make the trip to Bognor on Staurday can do so with settled nerves.

Edited by Deadman at 07:42:34 on 21st April 2016