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Thoughts - Part 1

By rwakeley28/10/2020 21:22Wed Oct 28 21:22:55 2020

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First and foremost. Great to read that the Farnborough lad is back on his feet!
Now onto us. Things that make you go mmmm.....
That opening spell. Not seen a Hendon side that vibrant since Gary's last play-off mob. More scrutiny required...
We are seeing signs that we are dominating early and now scoring early. A trait Gary's great side had - more in the next posting!
I would characterize last night under the heading of self-belief. Despite faltering second 45, more to follow, I believe the lads would have felt internally reasonably secured predicated on our defensive line which frankly looks very impressive. Lee, is of course spot on to warrant the complacency card.
Further comparisons with 2017. The first month or so, not fully flowing, different obstacles, but similar results/feel. I was waiting for us to trounce someone in the way that 2017 spanked the snot out of Harrow 6-0 on the Bank Holiday Monday. Again 3 early goals that day. What we've had this time around a 4-0 HW and 2-0 FB. Similar hold taking place. Agree with Lee's post match comments about Brewer. My imagination playing tricks. I thought he and one or two others looked leaner. Physically, in tune. An incredibly tough start. Plenty of injuries. I think having gotten over this initial period, it may actually pay dividends. Forbes and Tommy looked in fine fettle for having some time off. Other players have benefited from game-time. Factoring everything to date, it is all looking rather promising. Keep progressing. The younger players are equally growing in stature. It's all rather promising.

Edited by rwakeley at 21:25:03 on 28th October 2020