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Anyone for Chess?

By rwakeley19/1/2020 12:29Sun Jan 19 12:29:30 2020

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The lad Tesla thought the number 3 was key to the universe. He would walk around a building 3 times before going in. He liked pigeons. Not completely barking. Shame the lad was out by 1. Our lad at 4 yesterday, wow. I thought the lad Brewer was absolutely immense. Ran the show. Their lad at 4, similar chess moves. What a personal dual. Like watching Fischer and Karpov square up, (get it). Great protagonists, great to watch.
I will give Tesla his due. Our lad at 3 for me was the difference. Second 45 behind Sean. What a springboard. His defensive qualities, as with Eddie, looks measured, always in control. They could not break us down. Great to watch. They played their part. We mirrored them, a decent side in the same way we have seen demonstrated by all the best sides to date. Billericay pre-season, Weymouth last season and Poole this. All have that No 4 role as the fulcrum. Who fits that next season is of paramount importance. Going up against the top sides, envisaging some great contests.
Teams are going to get the message that SJP ain't no picnic in the park anymore. Interesting clashes remain on the road as a test.
Total respect all round. Obviously, to Lee, his staff and the lads. Great game to watch. We're not scoring 'ordinary' goals. There's some swagger creaping in at home. Bodes well. Good crowd. Talking of fans. Shout out to the Tamworth branch. 4 years in, (it had to be 4), Your juiced in! Special mention to John Melnyk, top lad. Stay away from those bus stops! Top entertainment all round.

Edited by rwakeley at 12:33:53 on 19th January 2020