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Come on Deeping!!!

By Michael Cox9/9 17:43Mon Sep 9 17:43:46 2019

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Our Cup record against Sudbury is truly horrendous - still have nightmares about a 5 goal hammering a few years ago. Come on Deeping, whoever and wherever you are, in the replay.

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Re: Come on Deeping!!!

By David B9/9 21:41Mon Sep 9 21:41:44 2019In response to Come on Deeping!!!Top of thread

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Deeping Rangers, if they beat AFC Sudbury in the replay, will certainly be no pushovers. Runners-up in the United Counties League Premier Division last season, they have already beaten Bedford Town in the preliminary round this season. Two years ago, they lost to Kidderminster Harriers in the second round qualifying. Deeping Rangers are based in the Lincolnshire town of Market Deeping, near to the southern border with Cambridgeshire, 10-15km north of Peterborough, 10km east of Stamford.

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Re: Come on Deeping!!!

By rwakeley10/9 10:32Tue Sep 10 10:32:16 2019In response to Re: Come on Deeping!!!Top of thread

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Cup thoughts:- Update - After Saturday, my nails remain in a state! Chewed to bits. I've done some reserarch. Highly recommended, Jennifer's Nails on Collindale. She'll buff and replace a full set for only 28 quid!!!
She offers something called a 'French Shallac' No idea what the heck that is - the mind boggles!
Good draw on paper, home and winnable, chance to progress. Common! I want another Dulwich type away day. Sparked the play-off run the following season. Demonstrated underlying strengths.
League thoughts:- To date only Truro (drawn v Hereford again), can match our record of having taken the lead in games - they top the charts for clean sheets - we've yet to register. 7 out of 8 we've conceded have come in the second half. These are identical traits carried over from the second half of last season and we really need to break out of this mould before we can assert ourselves. The good news. I think we are moving in the right direction. Only one loss to date, play-off year we won a staggering 16 games by the odd goal. Clean sheets are maybe over dramitised in that regard. The second goal at Yate was the sheer embodiment of what I percieve as our lack of balance across the middle and around the edge of our box. The recent inclusions of the wide lads may improve aspects of this. I think the goals will come. I would personally advocate a lad in front of the defence and Corks alongside Matty in the middle to shore up the spine. Ironically, whichever way we go formation wise, there's something slightly out of sync in terms of best utilisation. This batch of home games, should cement some light on which is the best fit. I think things are quietly falling into place.

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