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Thanks Kezie!

By Deadman22/12/2017 11:45Fri Dec 22 11:45:47 2017

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Very sad to see Kezie leave but completely understand him needing a new challenge.

In our fantastic, nearly treble-season, Kezie's finishing was a massive feature....especially in the League Cup Final v Grays. Very fitting that his last goal....the instinctive last minute back-heel v Slough....was such an important goal.

Kezie's been a great servant and a true gent. I wish him nothing but the best for the future.

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Re: Thanks Kezie!

By John Rogers22/12/2017 12:34Fri Dec 22 12:34:00 2017In response to Thanks Kezie!Top of thread

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Added to that - the care and attention he showed my little boy back in October when he was mascot for the Kings Langley was above and beyond the call of duty during the warm-up.

Favourite Kezie moment was his goal against Kingstonian in 2014/5 at Earlsmead when receiving the ball with his back to goal, a drop of the shoulder sent a couple of Ks defenders shuttling off towards Northolt Park station, whilst he turned the other and arced a beauty left footed into the net.

Overall his attitude and effort has never been in question even when things weren't going his or the team's way. He could easily have jacked in it when other lesser characters did, but he stuck around and helped to graft the side out of trouble.

We don't often see guys as genuine as Kez appear in the Green & White - I wish him all the success in the world going forward (except tomorrow week, of course).

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Re: Thanks Kezie!

By Claremont Man22/12/2017 13:44Fri Dec 22 13:44:57 2017In response to Re: Thanks Kezie!Top of thread

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Sad to see Kezie go ,but completely understand that he wants regular action before he winds down his playing days.A quiet unassuming team man with great skill in hold up play,he has been an important part of our side these last few seasons,a real throw back to the old days and I wish him well in the future.

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Re: Thanks Kezie!

By rwakeley22/12/2017 14:52Fri Dec 22 14:52:14 2017In response to Re: Thanks Kezie!Top of thread

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There's a lot of players out there that could learn a lot from that lad.
The way that lad grafted up-front for the cause at some difficult times at Earlsmead speaks volumes.
Just hope he doesn't go and do a Leon Smith!

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