Old Skool Terrace Dinosaur-embracing the new-veau!
Clearly nobody’s interested in this game then... all about buying Cup tickets?
I doubt there will actually be a queue of any length at 2. Personally I always aim to arrive before 2.30 to beat the queue and pick a spot on the terrace or at the front.Certainly if you want a seat I’d suggest get in the queue by two...
Dipo returns on the bench for Monlouis. Otherwise it's the same team/squad as Chelmsford, and unchanged XI for the fourth match running.Team looks unchanged from our trip to Chelmsford.
GK - Granger
CB’s - Smith, McCoy, Taylor
FB’s - Barnes, Connors
Midfield - Hunte, Chapman, Vise
Fowards- Mills, Yusuff
9 league games without a win
It's a bloody shambles. We've massively increased the budget, got three training sessions a week, and nutrition plans for players, and I can't honestly say there is a discernible difference between the side that finished last season and this one. It's a massive waste of money and of the hard work put in behind the scenes.7 points from a possible 30 in the last 10 league games, firmly bottom of the form league. Thoughts B.I.G?
Completely agree re: Dipo. He looked razor sharp. Interesting that he's been away at another club for the past two months, but looked like our brightest player on his immediate return. Speaks volumes.Back home and a bit pissed but hard to argue against any of the above.
Weather was atrocious in the first half but Bath ground out a goal when their attacker got the better of Vose. Still not sure he is up to the task at this level but who knows what's happening behind the scenes - unusual that the club captain cant make it into the team when fit.
Hunte didn't have his best game and Chapman didn't really trouble the keeper despite at least 3 on target shots from distance.
Ijaha when he came on looked lively but nothing compared to Dipo who looked bang up for it. On that evidence he is more than worth a place on the bench on Friday, and possibly a starting place.