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in a season of lows, we hit a new low

By Middx Wanderer (legacy user)29/11/2014 18:49Sat Nov 29 18:49:10 2014

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A five-nil defeat . just one attempt on the opponents goal. Enfield dominated so much it should really have been eight or more

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By Anonymous (legacy user)30/11/2014 21:02Sun Nov 30 21:02:25 2014In response to in a season of lows, we hit a new lowTop of thread

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where have lewis driver and carl mccluskey suddenly disappeared to?

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By Middx Wanderer (legacy user)1/12/2014 16:37Mon Dec 1 16:37:33 2014In response to Re: in a season of lows, we hit a new lowTop of thread

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Driver has been suspended for the past three games. McCluskey broke his hand vs Northwood. He has been in plaster. Due to return in a week or two.

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By Seasidetrev (legacy user)30/11/2014 19:11Sun Nov 30 19:11:57 2014In response to in a season of lows, we hit a new lowTop of thread

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What a shame that nobody can be bothered to respond to your comments at such an important time. As usual apathy rules!!

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By Cappers (legacy user)1/12/2014 08:58Mon Dec 1 08:58:35 2014In response to Re: in a season of lows, we hit a new lowTop of thread

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I don't really have much to say. I just hope we learn from it and come back stronger.

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By Anonymous (legacy user)1/12/2014 11:23Mon Dec 1 11:23:05 2014In response to Re: in a season of lows, we hit a new lowTop of thread

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can't keep saying this after every showing like this seems to be all the time, but whats the answer. never known so many differing performances one minute woeful one minute ok one minute good like the team sheet non consistent

l harrow borough fc only team in harrow

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By Middx Wanderer (legacy user)1/12/2014 16:47Mon Dec 1 16:47:20 2014In response to Re: in a season of lows, we hit a new lowTop of thread

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The manager has admitted on twitter he selected they wrong team. Too right. Maissiat in midfield. Why?? Being 2 down offer five minutes you would think we would atleast chase the game, perhaps take one of the three Centre half's off, oh no. First & only save for their keeper was midway through the second half. I don't think I have ever seen a Boro side look so unprepared & disinterested in a match. Let's hope Hall,Smith , Sonuga & Bryan had all been out the Town on Friday night, because if they are really capable of playing that badly again we are doomed.

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By Anonymous (legacy user)2/12/2014 09:03Tue Dec 2 09:03:38 2014In response to Re: in a season of lows, we hit a new lowTop of thread

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I did not go Saturday - lucky me by the sound of it. Enfield are on a role so we would have needed to be at our best to get anything out of the game. I did go to the league cup game where we played a virtually experimental side against the Enfield first team. Julian Smith was outstanding that day playing in midfield.Since that time he has played most matches being used as a left or right back. Would be good to see him given the chance to play in that position again. Is there another left back at the club? It seems we play too many players out of their natural position - just to ensure they get a game. I can understand the manager thinking he wants to keep his perceived best players happy - this may be an issue results wise however.

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