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Re: home and away

By Clive (legacy user)6/10/2014 11:37Mon Oct 6 11:37:52 2014In response to home and away

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That's far too sensible an answer!

Apart from Burgess Hill at the moment, I think it's a league when anyone could beat anyone else without it appearing as a surprise result.
Having said that,our 2 home defeats have been against teams in the bottom five at present.

I just posed the question to see if anyone had any personal insight into why we have picked up so many more points away from home. I think it's quite ironic in a way as some clubs were protesting that we would have an unfair advantage playing our home games on a 3 G pitch. I think we have played some fantastic football at home but have come up against some great goalkeeping displays. We have created so many chances and deserved to win most of our home games by some distance other than v Folkestone and Faversham where I think we were happy to get a point.

I also think it's interesting that,IMHO,the home games on our pitch have generally been much more entertaining football from both sides.

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