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Re: Best and Worst

By Mattynoona9/6 08:19Tue Jun 9 08:19:52 2020In response to Best and Worst

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Best game: Stevenage 1 Oxford 0, 2010. Tuesday night, sold out away end, great atmosphere. The win kept Boro ahead of Oxford and Luton at the top of the Conference.
Worst game: Stevenage 0 Notts County 3, 2019. The match was over at half time. County got off the bottom of the table after this win, but still ended up getting relegated.

Best ground: White Hart Lane, For the pitch alone.
Worst ground: Accrington. For the pitch alone.

Best team: Everton.
Worst team: Barnet. They always seemed to be at the bottom of the league.

Best players: Luke Freeman, for his exciting skills. Mark Roberts, for his passion.
Worst player: Mark Hughes, bit of a liability in defence.

Best player against: Akinfenwa. Purely for being a great sport whilst having to listen to the songs about his big size.
Worst player against: Without doubt Joss Labadie. The biting incident was the only time I remember seeing Ronnie Henry really lose his cool.

Best manager: Graham Westley, his second spell.
Worst manager: Teddy Sheringham, his one and only spell.

Best kit: The home shirt from 2010, sponsored by Megaman.
Worst kit: The Burger king sponsored home shirt.

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