Bognor Regis Town - Live Updates
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Tonic for the troops...
Well done lads.
That was one mighty long last minute on the Footy Web Pages site - about five minutes by my time reckoning.
A clean sheet to boot - if I'm not mistaken the first in the league at home this season.
It was for the record Glen Little I was passing compliments to earlier - blame the flu medication - a weekend of real ale and Sudafed tablets.
Feeling much better.
That's a quality result against a decent side.
Really enjoyed the game last night, both sides played some good football on a sticky pitch which played a lot better than I thought it might.
Thought that after a fairly even first half, we took the game to Bognor in the second half and controlled things and deserved to win. Thought Leon Smith took his goal well, despite it only being a couple of yards out.
So that's 7 points in 3 games, all against sides in the top six. I suspect that's 7 more points than some people will have expected. That, along side the county cup win against Staines, represents an excellent 10 days work.
Finally, I think says a lot about Gary, in that the only member of the squad to have left since the budget cut is Jefferson, and he got a mega offer from Margate that he couldn't really refuse. For those wondering, and a few have asked - Adam Wallace is injured, but very much still on board.
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I only really saw the second half of the game. It was a joy though. The rain was pelting down before the game started and although the pitch was in good nick I couldn't help but think it was nasty conditions to play in. Was very entertaining and we came close a couple of times before netting the winner. Great to see some returning faces on the terrace.
Gary and the players showed true grit once again. They deserve our thanks and to see a crowd supporting them. Proud to be a green.