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Big game tomorrow

By reximus10/2 09:53Mon Feb 10 09:53:50 2020

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A win over Leatherhead will put right on the edge of the pack chasing the play-off spots as we enter the last third of the season and, as a classic six pointer, will deny Leatherhead those same points. If we can win that, and the game on Saturday against Cray (one of the teams already in the play-off spots) then we can look forward to an exciting period with 'everything to play for'.

I really hope that Hayden Bird doesn't start to rest on his laurels. He continues to cite good cup runs (justifiably) and talks about how this year is only a platform and no-one should expect too much - but he is obviously a good coach and we have the nucleus of a very good squad (perhaps we need an all-out striker, and more depth on the bench to see games out) so reaching the play-offs really ought to be the ambition, now.

As other people have pointed out, the cup runs should give us the budget to strengthen the squad - so why not, Hayden? A push for the play-offs? It's surely within reach...

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