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By rwakeley27/12/2016 09:35Tue Dec 27 09:35:46 2016In response to Re: Any-other day I would have to have been sedated

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Another day, more thought processes. Totally agree with the goalkeeping situation. Dulwich on the horizon. Last 3 games there, Berkley suspect handling, Joe Wright fumbled one in and as for the Shermanator. Two Tonbridge games, their Gaffer openly advocates the strength down the left. The amount of in-coming is going to be interesting to watch. Both could adopt a shoot on sight policy. Basics become more imoportant. No free-kicks, corners, we know their 'Goons' on the back post.
It was only late last night reading Rainham Don's post I realised Arthur had been at left-back, which given that development surprised me that Big Dave and Casey were not utilised as Centre's. According to Rainham, Arthur looked suspect, he did play that role at Concord. Elliott may well be off the pace. There are genuine options on the horizon to shore things up at the back. John mentioned the work done by Karl. Long advocated that - It may over the next couple of games come together.
Given the above, we have the possibility to redeem our problems at centre-half, with possible genuine solutions.
With Kevin and Seebs potentially re-united there is quiet cause for some optimism.