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Three Games Left

By HendonJohn12/4/2017 20:57Wed Apr 12 20:57:21 2017

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We have 3 games left to play. The teams that face us are mid-table. They have less to play for. We are fighting to stay up. Personally I feel we need 3 points from each game. We cannot impact on the teams around us. We need to focus on each game in turn and grabbing those three points.

It will not be easy but we have been here before. So we have a good old scrap coming. All hands to the pump. I am leaving my self-imposed exile to come and cheer the boys on. My family are coming from as far away as Norfolk to get behind the boys. So I hope to see as many of you as possible for these vital games. We need bodies and voices behind the goal.

Gary Mac's Green and White Army!

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Match Day

By HendonJohn15/4/2017 09:04Sat Apr 15 09:04:21 2017In response to Three Games LeftTop of thread

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Hope we can get a good crowd today. We want 3 points. Let's get behind the goal and get behind the boys today.

In Dublin's Fair City....

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Re: Three Games Left

By rwakeley12/4/2017 22:04Wed Apr 12 22:04:29 2017In response to Three Games LeftTop of thread

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Top sentiment. No denying the emotional directional pulls. Personally, the journey down to the Tonbridge game, I genuinely felt apprehensive. Not experienced that before. The journey back from Leatherhead was really gutting, comparable with a feeling I've only felt post Whitstable. Sitting here in front the box watching a programme about the London Cabbies and the infamous 'Knowledge test'. Puts into context the characteristics of our main man in the dugout. We fans, can blow up and rant, the manager has to hide his feelings.
Arguably his greatest managerial challenge. No come-back on him, whatever the outcome he can hold his head up high, and so can everybody else.
Despite expected set-backs the lads have demonstrated a calm, confident demeanour - we can do this.
As for the Gaffer, this can't be worse than the Cabbie exams. That's real torture.
Off subject, check out the League Cup Final score - Wow!
Going into the final hurdle, I actually feel quite relaxed - just another game!

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