Murray hungry for more after Barnet strike

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RONAN Murray was delighted to get his name on the scoresheet once again last night as the striker’s first goal since February helped Swindon to a 2-0 win at Barnet.

The on-loan Ipswich forward used his pace to race onto Luke Rooney’s ball over the defence before stabbing a shot beyond Bees keeper Dean Brill.

Murray has been in and out of the side during his time at Swindon, but is happy just to be playing a part in a side that looks set to be celebrating promotion back to League One in the coming weeks.

“It was brilliant, it had been a while coming because my last goal was some time ago,” he said.

“It was good to get on the scoresheet because I love to score goals, I have not been playing at my best the last couple of months but hopefully I showed last night what I can do.

“You have to be disciplined and wait for your chance and I think I have done that. I just try to do my best for the team because that is what it is all about.

“The aim for this club is to get promotion and win the league and I am just doing what I can to help them do that.”

It was never going to be an easy fixture for Town, with Barnet fighting to retain their League Two status.

But Murray’s opener and Oliver Risser’s strike from Jay McEveley’s free kick ensured it was ultimately a comfortable win for the Robins.

“These are the games that are like your Manchester Uniteds going to your Boltons in the Premier League,” added Murray.

“You have to grind out wins and get the three points on the board and then move onto the next game and that is what we did last night.”

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7:17am Wed 4 Apr 12

jayden says...

well done ronan hope it boosts you up as like you said you havent been at your best ,but if backed by pdc and fans you show us what you can do ,Head up alan c you will get your chance friday or monday.Well done all off the fans last night ,did not finnish work on time so couldnt make it.
well done ronan hope it boosts you up as like you said you havent been at your best ,but if backed by pdc and fans you show us what you can do ,Head up alan c you will get your chance friday or monday.Well done all off the fans last night ,did not finnish work on time so couldnt make it. jayden
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7:39am Wed 4 Apr 12

LeGod says...

A great solid display last night from the team and we never really looked in trouble they had a few moments which you expect but the players that came in all played well and pleased for Murray as well to get a goal.

Were in a great position now and three more wins should seal automatic promotion.

Great management by Paolo and dont want to harp on it any longer but im sure people were moaning before the game on his team selection but again he has done us proud and the players have with a great performance.
A great solid display last night from the team and we never really looked in trouble they had a few moments which you expect but the players that came in all played well and pleased for Murray as well to get a goal. Were in a great position now and three more wins should seal automatic promotion. Great management by Paolo and dont want to harp on it any longer but im sure people were moaning before the game on his team selection but again he has done us proud and the players have with a great performance. LeGod
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7:51am Wed 4 Apr 12

M-Y-O-B says...

Fair play to Murray, I haven't been impressed with him since he arrived but last night he worked really hard and deserved his goal.
Fair play to Murray, I haven't been impressed with him since he arrived but last night he worked really hard and deserved his goal. M-Y-O-B
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7:55am Wed 4 Apr 12

avo says...

Who was it said he brings nothing to the team and that we should send him back to Ipswich?
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Very important goal last night.
Who was it said he brings nothing to the team and that we should send him back to Ipswich? * Very important goal last night. avo
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8:06am Wed 4 Apr 12

old town robin says...

avo wrote:
Who was it said he brings nothing to the team and that we should send him back to Ipswich?
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Very important goal last night.
He would have scored Saturday with a header if their goal keeper hadn't been 7' tall
[quote][p][bold]avo[/bold] wrote: Who was it said he brings nothing to the team and that we should send him back to Ipswich? * Very important goal last night.[/p][/quote]He would have scored Saturday with a header if their goal keeper hadn't been 7' tall old town robin
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8:10am Wed 4 Apr 12

London Red says...

I'll admit I was a bit unsure on the line up and thought it looked very defensive with only Rooney offering creativity
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Then when they took the field I was even more sceptical as despite what the Adver say Rooney was on the left and RDV was on the right
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However, we contained Barnet easy enough and put in "a enough" performance
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The earlyish goals helped and you always felt that there were more gears if needed - they just weren't needed
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Murray had a great game and if he played like that every week you could see why PdC is interested
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Unlike our last trip to Underhill his touch was fantastic and I never realised how quick he is
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He could be a real asset working the channels and he showed how you finish a 1 on 1 - as soon as he raced clear I always knew it was going in - you could just tell
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McEverley I said needed to step it up and last night he did that putting in his best game so far
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Apart from one c0ck up which nearly let McLeod in he was solid defensively only yesterday started to finally push forward
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He had one great overlap in the first half and put over a great low cross
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His corners need work but his free kick was right on the money to give Risser a simple tap in
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Rooney huffed and puffed and put himself about with some great defensive work for a winger. The crunching tackle in the first half was great to see
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While not his best game creatin wise he still played a great ball to set up Murray so did his job
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RDV didn't look comfortable on the right and should we go the same on Friday think the wingers need to swap over
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He is also short on confidence. In the 2nd half when his great block on Mustoe set him free he looked to cross instead of go on his own
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RDV of 2011 on the left would have certainly had a crack!
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But what I was delighted with was the crowds reaction with nearly all cheering and encouraging him after it!
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The same happened when Thompson got free after a great build up to only drag it horribly wide
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All in all solid enough and would take that in the remaining 4 away games!
I'll admit I was a bit unsure on the line up and thought it looked very defensive with only Rooney offering creativity . Then when they took the field I was even more sceptical as despite what the Adver say Rooney was on the left and RDV was on the right . However, we contained Barnet easy enough and put in "a enough" performance . The earlyish goals helped and you always felt that there were more gears if needed - they just weren't needed . Murray had a great game and if he played like that every week you could see why PdC is interested . Unlike our last trip to Underhill his touch was fantastic and I never realised how quick he is . He could be a real asset working the channels and he showed how you finish a 1 on 1 - as soon as he raced clear I always knew it was going in - you could just tell . McEverley I said needed to step it up and last night he did that putting in his best game so far . Apart from one c0ck up which nearly let McLeod in he was solid defensively only yesterday started to finally push forward . He had one great overlap in the first half and put over a great low cross . His corners need work but his free kick was right on the money to give Risser a simple tap in . Rooney huffed and puffed and put himself about with some great defensive work for a winger. The crunching tackle in the first half was great to see . While not his best game creatin wise he still played a great ball to set up Murray so did his job . RDV didn't look comfortable on the right and should we go the same on Friday think the wingers need to swap over . He is also short on confidence. In the 2nd half when his great block on Mustoe set him free he looked to cross instead of go on his own . RDV of 2011 on the left would have certainly had a crack! . But what I was delighted with was the crowds reaction with nearly all cheering and encouraging him after it! . The same happened when Thompson got free after a great build up to only drag it horribly wide . All in all solid enough and would take that in the remaining 4 away games! London Red
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8:26am Wed 4 Apr 12

jmostfc says...

Burn baby burn, disco inferno
Burn baby burn, disco inferno jmostfc
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8:33am Wed 4 Apr 12

SAPFanSTFC says...

That was a good professional performance last night with the squad rotation tactics and the professionalism of the squad paying HUGE dividends.
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A big surprise on the line up but most of us have come to accept that Paolo knows his players better than any of us ever will..something that all of us amateur managers forget on the odd occassion.
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Have to say I was supremely confident before the game yesterday and the second half display was at a very low gear and well controlled - with 3 games in 7 days a bit of energy conservation in the 2nd half was a welcome possibility.
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It now looks as though as few as 3 wins from the last seven games could guarantee the title but 4 from 7 will mean that we move to 92pts.
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Given that all 3 of the chasing pack can only get to 93 then one of them has to win every single game..not looking likely now.
That was a good professional performance last night with the squad rotation tactics and the professionalism of the squad paying HUGE dividends. . A big surprise on the line up but most of us have come to accept that Paolo knows his players better than any of us ever will..something that all of us amateur managers forget on the odd occassion. . Have to say I was supremely confident before the game yesterday and the second half display was at a very low gear and well controlled - with 3 games in 7 days a bit of energy conservation in the 2nd half was a welcome possibility. . It now looks as though as few as 3 wins from the last seven games could guarantee the title but 4 from 7 will mean that we move to 92pts. . Given that all 3 of the chasing pack can only get to 93 then one of them has to win every single game..not looking likely now. SAPFanSTFC
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8:58am Wed 4 Apr 12

SAPFanSTFC says...

We could be even further ahead after Friday:
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Shrewsbury who've only got 7pts from their last 6 away games play Macclesfield who have drawn 50% of their home games v Shrewsbury
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Crawley who've only got 8pts from their last 6 home games
..oh and who are now 3 players down after MacFazdean's ban
..play a resurgent Crewe side (unbeaten in 10) who have won their last 2 away and are unbeaten in 4 away games.
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Torquay's fixture may not be quite as easy as they think either as having only won 2 of their last 4 home games, they now play Accington Stanley who have drawn 11 of 20 away games.
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What price 2 or 3 draws from these and a Swindon win? Given that Morecambe have lost 8 and drawn 2 of their last 13 home games we have a good shout with our tails up after last night's result.
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Now that would be a GOOD Friday for sure! :-)
We could be even further ahead after Friday: . Shrewsbury who've only got 7pts from their last 6 away games play Macclesfield who have drawn 50% of their home games v Shrewsbury . Crawley who've only got 8pts from their last 6 home games ..oh and who are now 3 players down after MacFazdean's ban ..play a resurgent Crewe side (unbeaten in 10) who have won their last 2 away and are unbeaten in 4 away games. . Torquay's fixture may not be quite as easy as they think either as having only won 2 of their last 4 home games, they now play Accington Stanley who have drawn 11 of 20 away games. -- What price 2 or 3 draws from these and a Swindon win? Given that Morecambe have lost 8 and drawn 2 of their last 13 home games we have a good shout with our tails up after last night's result. -- Now that would be a GOOD Friday for sure! :-) SAPFanSTFC
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9:13am Wed 4 Apr 12

stokes_stfc says...

SAPFanSTFC wrote:
We could be even further ahead after Friday:
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Shrewsbury who've only got 7pts from their last 6 away games play Macclesfield who have drawn 50% of their home games v Shrewsbury
.
Crawley who've only got 8pts from their last 6 home games
..oh and who are now 3 players down after MacFazdean's ban
..play a resurgent Crewe side (unbeaten in 10) who have won their last 2 away and are unbeaten in 4 away games.
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Torquay's fixture may not be quite as easy as they think either as having only won 2 of their last 4 home games, they now play Accington Stanley who have drawn 11 of 20 away games.
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What price 2 or 3 draws from these and a Swindon win? Given that Morecambe have lost 8 and drawn 2 of their last 13 home games we have a good shout with our tails up after last night's result.
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Now that would be a GOOD Friday for sure! :-)
i haven't looked back at the results, but i seem to remember morecambe doing us a few favours by taking points off the big teams (may be completely wrong though!). having won at barnet last night, I'd take a draw at morecambe - 4 points from 2 away games is not bad, and with 2 home games coming up we could be all but champions with a few games to go
[quote][p][bold]SAPFanSTFC[/bold] wrote: We could be even further ahead after Friday: . Shrewsbury who've only got 7pts from their last 6 away games play Macclesfield who have drawn 50% of their home games v Shrewsbury . Crawley who've only got 8pts from their last 6 home games ..oh and who are now 3 players down after MacFazdean's ban ..play a resurgent Crewe side (unbeaten in 10) who have won their last 2 away and are unbeaten in 4 away games. . Torquay's fixture may not be quite as easy as they think either as having only won 2 of their last 4 home games, they now play Accington Stanley who have drawn 11 of 20 away games. -- What price 2 or 3 draws from these and a Swindon win? Given that Morecambe have lost 8 and drawn 2 of their last 13 home games we have a good shout with our tails up after last night's result. -- Now that would be a GOOD Friday for sure! :-)[/p][/quote]i haven't looked back at the results, but i seem to remember morecambe doing us a few favours by taking points off the big teams (may be completely wrong though!). having won at barnet last night, I'd take a draw at morecambe - 4 points from 2 away games is not bad, and with 2 home games coming up we could be all but champions with a few games to go stokes_stfc
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9:15am Wed 4 Apr 12

stfclondon says...

I was very impressed with Murray last night, he took his goal brilliantly and worked his socks off right to the end. It was definitely his best performance in a Town shirt.

McEvely also played well, he was strong defensively and looked more confident going forward. I think he will be an important player during the run in.

All in all a good, solid performance, especially considering the players who were missing.
I was very impressed with Murray last night, he took his goal brilliantly and worked his socks off right to the end. It was definitely his best performance in a Town shirt. McEvely also played well, he was strong defensively and looked more confident going forward. I think he will be an important player during the run in. All in all a good, solid performance, especially considering the players who were missing. stfclondon
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9:54am Wed 4 Apr 12

SAPFanSTFC says...

stokes_stfc wrote:
SAPFanSTFC wrote: We could be even further ahead after Friday: . Shrewsbury who've only got 7pts from their last 6 away games play Macclesfield who have drawn 50% of their home games v Shrewsbury . Crawley who've only got 8pts from their last 6 home games ..oh and who are now 3 players down after MacFazdean's ban ..play a resurgent Crewe side (unbeaten in 10) who have won their last 2 away and are unbeaten in 4 away games. . Torquay's fixture may not be quite as easy as they think either as having only won 2 of their last 4 home games, they now play Accington Stanley who have drawn 11 of 20 away games. -- What price 2 or 3 draws from these and a Swindon win? Given that Morecambe have lost 8 and drawn 2 of their last 13 home games we have a good shout with our tails up after last night's result. -- Now that would be a GOOD Friday for sure! :-)
i haven't looked back at the results, but i seem to remember morecambe doing us a few favours by taking points off the big teams (may be completely wrong though!). having won at barnet last night, I'd take a draw at morecambe - 4 points from 2 away games is not bad, and with 2 home games coming up we could be all but champions with a few games to go
Yep agree - I'd settle for a draw with the two homes games coming up.
Northampton could be all but safe if they beat the yellow bellies on Friday so may let their guard down against us on the Monday but Plymouth will still be fighting for their lives the following Saturday.
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It would be nice to guarantee the title away to Aldershot as I can't see it being as early as home to Plymouth but no doubt it will be v The Pikeys as I can't go to that one.
[quote][p][bold]stokes_stfc[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]SAPFanSTFC[/bold] wrote: We could be even further ahead after Friday: . Shrewsbury who've only got 7pts from their last 6 away games play Macclesfield who have drawn 50% of their home games v Shrewsbury . Crawley who've only got 8pts from their last 6 home games ..oh and who are now 3 players down after MacFazdean's ban ..play a resurgent Crewe side (unbeaten in 10) who have won their last 2 away and are unbeaten in 4 away games. . Torquay's fixture may not be quite as easy as they think either as having only won 2 of their last 4 home games, they now play Accington Stanley who have drawn 11 of 20 away games. -- What price 2 or 3 draws from these and a Swindon win? Given that Morecambe have lost 8 and drawn 2 of their last 13 home games we have a good shout with our tails up after last night's result. -- Now that would be a GOOD Friday for sure! :-)[/p][/quote]i haven't looked back at the results, but i seem to remember morecambe doing us a few favours by taking points off the big teams (may be completely wrong though!). having won at barnet last night, I'd take a draw at morecambe - 4 points from 2 away games is not bad, and with 2 home games coming up we could be all but champions with a few games to go[/p][/quote]Yep agree - I'd settle for a draw with the two homes games coming up. Northampton could be all but safe if they beat the yellow bellies on Friday so may let their guard down against us on the Monday but Plymouth will still be fighting for their lives the following Saturday. .. It would be nice to guarantee the title away to Aldershot as I can't see it being as early as home to Plymouth but no doubt it will be v The Pikeys as I can't go to that one. SAPFanSTFC
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10:15am Wed 4 Apr 12

Rebel_phish says...

A great performance and a great result. 3 more massive points towards the championship.

Morecambe still a tricky game, dispite their home form. I predict a draw on Friday, but a win is well in our grasp.

With last nights win, we can finish no lower than 7th. Even if Turkey, creepies, and the shrews win all their remaining matches - which they wont - we win 5 out of 7, we can not be caught.

I'd back us to win 5 from 7, cant say I'd back the rest to win 6/7 from their remaining games.

But I don't really think we will need to win 5 more, 90+ points will be enough.
A great performance and a great result. 3 more massive points towards the championship. Morecambe still a tricky game, dispite their home form. I predict a draw on Friday, but a win is well in our grasp. With last nights win, we can finish no lower than 7th. Even if Turkey, creepies, and the shrews win all their remaining matches - which they wont - we win 5 out of 7, we can not be caught. I'd back us to win 5 from 7, cant say I'd back the rest to win 6/7 from their remaining games. But I don't really think we will need to win 5 more, 90+ points will be enough. Rebel_phish
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10:25am Wed 4 Apr 12

ChrisWantageRed says...

Another massive 3 points...I read an interview before the game with one of the Barnet players who suggested they "didn't need to do any homework" on the Swindon side....a fatal mistake!
Another massive 3 points...I read an interview before the game with one of the Barnet players who suggested they "didn't need to do any homework" on the Swindon side....a fatal mistake! ChrisWantageRed
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10:26am Wed 4 Apr 12

SAPFanSTFC says...

Rebel_phish wrote:
A great performance and a great result. 3 more massive points towards the championship. Morecambe still a tricky game, dispite their home form. I predict a draw on Friday, but a win is well in our grasp. With last nights win, we can finish no lower than 7th. Even if Turkey, creepies, and the shrews win all their remaining matches - which they wont - we win 5 out of 7, we can not be caught. I'd back us to win 5 from 7, cant say I'd back the rest to win 6/7 from their remaining games. But I don't really think we will need to win 5 more, 90+ points will be enough.
Being honest I can see the other three drawing at least 1 and losing 1 of their last 6 or 7.
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If they do that they'll be on a maximum of 88pts..leaving us needing only 3 wins from 7 to guarantee the title..I'm REALLY liking the sound of just 3 wins needed!
:-)
[quote][p][bold]Rebel_phish[/bold] wrote: A great performance and a great result. 3 more massive points towards the championship. Morecambe still a tricky game, dispite their home form. I predict a draw on Friday, but a win is well in our grasp. With last nights win, we can finish no lower than 7th. Even if Turkey, creepies, and the shrews win all their remaining matches - which they wont - we win 5 out of 7, we can not be caught. I'd back us to win 5 from 7, cant say I'd back the rest to win 6/7 from their remaining games. But I don't really think we will need to win 5 more, 90+ points will be enough.[/p][/quote]Being honest I can see the other three drawing at least 1 and losing 1 of their last 6 or 7. . If they do that they'll be on a maximum of 88pts..leaving us needing only 3 wins from 7 to guarantee the title..I'm REALLY liking the sound of just 3 wins needed! :-) SAPFanSTFC
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10:31am Wed 4 Apr 12

Oxon-Red says...

Rebel_phish wrote:
A great performance and a great result. 3 more massive points towards the championship. Morecambe still a tricky game, dispite their home form. I predict a draw on Friday, but a win is well in our grasp. With last nights win, we can finish no lower than 7th. Even if Turkey, creepies, and the shrews win all their remaining matches - which they wont - we win 5 out of 7, we can not be caught. I'd back us to win 5 from 7, cant say I'd back the rest to win 6/7 from their remaining games. But I don't really think we will need to win 5 more, 90+ points will be enough.
The Shrews and the Creepies both have to win effectively 3 more games than us to beat us to the title. Torquay have to win 2 more games. Every win makes their task harder with the games running out.

I can see us winning again on Friday, we played them to perfection at the CG by letting them have the ball at the back and slowly pushing them back. They had 61% of the possession in that game but half our attempts on goal. They are a team that try to play football and hopefully we won't see the crude tackles flying in early on against Rooney, Ritchie or Holmes, Rovers tactics on Saturday which very crude and sad to see.

Potentially we could be celebrating promotion (and possibly the title) next Saturday with 3 wins so lets start with the first one on Friday.

COYMR
[quote][p][bold]Rebel_phish[/bold] wrote: A great performance and a great result. 3 more massive points towards the championship. Morecambe still a tricky game, dispite their home form. I predict a draw on Friday, but a win is well in our grasp. With last nights win, we can finish no lower than 7th. Even if Turkey, creepies, and the shrews win all their remaining matches - which they wont - we win 5 out of 7, we can not be caught. I'd back us to win 5 from 7, cant say I'd back the rest to win 6/7 from their remaining games. But I don't really think we will need to win 5 more, 90+ points will be enough.[/p][/quote]The Shrews and the Creepies both have to win effectively 3 more games than us to beat us to the title. Torquay have to win 2 more games. Every win makes their task harder with the games running out. I can see us winning again on Friday, we played them to perfection at the CG by letting them have the ball at the back and slowly pushing them back. They had 61% of the possession in that game but half our attempts on goal. They are a team that try to play football and hopefully we won't see the crude tackles flying in early on against Rooney, Ritchie or Holmes, Rovers tactics on Saturday which very crude and sad to see. Potentially we could be celebrating promotion (and possibly the title) next Saturday with 3 wins so lets start with the first one on Friday. COYMR Oxon-Red
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10:53am Wed 4 Apr 12

SAPFanSTFC says...

Oxon-Red wrote:
Rebel_phish wrote: A great performance and a great result. 3 more massive points towards the championship. Morecambe still a tricky game, dispite their home form. I predict a draw on Friday, but a win is well in our grasp. With last nights win, we can finish no lower than 7th. Even if Turkey, creepies, and the shrews win all their remaining matches - which they wont - we win 5 out of 7, we can not be caught. I'd back us to win 5 from 7, cant say I'd back the rest to win 6/7 from their remaining games. But I don't really think we will need to win 5 more, 90+ points will be enough.
The Shrews and the Creepies both have to win effectively 3 more games than us to beat us to the title. Torquay have to win 2 more games. Every win makes their task harder with the games running out. I can see us winning again on Friday, we played them to perfection at the CG by letting them have the ball at the back and slowly pushing them back. They had 61% of the possession in that game but half our attempts on goal. They are a team that try to play football and hopefully we won't see the crude tackles flying in early on against Rooney, Ritchie or Holmes, Rovers tactics on Saturday which very crude and sad to see. Potentially we could be celebrating promotion (and possibly the title) next Saturday with 3 wins so lets start with the first one on Friday. COYMR
As said above I think the other 3 teams will either draw 2 or draw 1 and lose 1 from their last 6 or 7 fixtures.
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Last night's win was absolutely massive and hammers home to the other 3 that they are in a 3-way fight for 2 auto promotion places
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and that adds it's own huge levels of pressure for the three of them..whereas last night has eased the pressure on us for Friday..a free roaming performance with chances taken and I can't see them living with us.
[quote][p][bold]Oxon-Red[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Rebel_phish[/bold] wrote: A great performance and a great result. 3 more massive points towards the championship. Morecambe still a tricky game, dispite their home form. I predict a draw on Friday, but a win is well in our grasp. With last nights win, we can finish no lower than 7th. Even if Turkey, creepies, and the shrews win all their remaining matches - which they wont - we win 5 out of 7, we can not be caught. I'd back us to win 5 from 7, cant say I'd back the rest to win 6/7 from their remaining games. But I don't really think we will need to win 5 more, 90+ points will be enough.[/p][/quote]The Shrews and the Creepies both have to win effectively 3 more games than us to beat us to the title. Torquay have to win 2 more games. Every win makes their task harder with the games running out. I can see us winning again on Friday, we played them to perfection at the CG by letting them have the ball at the back and slowly pushing them back. They had 61% of the possession in that game but half our attempts on goal. They are a team that try to play football and hopefully we won't see the crude tackles flying in early on against Rooney, Ritchie or Holmes, Rovers tactics on Saturday which very crude and sad to see. Potentially we could be celebrating promotion (and possibly the title) next Saturday with 3 wins so lets start with the first one on Friday. COYMR[/p][/quote]As said above I think the other 3 teams will either draw 2 or draw 1 and lose 1 from their last 6 or 7 fixtures. .. Last night's win was absolutely massive and hammers home to the other 3 that they are in a 3-way fight for 2 auto promotion places .. and that adds it's own huge levels of pressure for the three of them..whereas last night has eased the pressure on us for Friday..a free roaming performance with chances taken and I can't see them living with us. SAPFanSTFC
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11:05am Wed 4 Apr 12

Oxon-Red says...

SAPFanSTFC wrote:
Oxon-Red wrote:
Rebel_phish wrote: A great performance and a great result. 3 more massive points towards the championship. Morecambe still a tricky game, dispite their home form. I predict a draw on Friday, but a win is well in our grasp. With last nights win, we can finish no lower than 7th. Even if Turkey, creepies, and the shrews win all their remaining matches - which they wont - we win 5 out of 7, we can not be caught. I'd back us to win 5 from 7, cant say I'd back the rest to win 6/7 from their remaining games. But I don't really think we will need to win 5 more, 90+ points will be enough.
The Shrews and the Creepies both have to win effectively 3 more games than us to beat us to the title. Torquay have to win 2 more games. Every win makes their task harder with the games running out. I can see us winning again on Friday, we played them to perfection at the CG by letting them have the ball at the back and slowly pushing them back. They had 61% of the possession in that game but half our attempts on goal. They are a team that try to play football and hopefully we won't see the crude tackles flying in early on against Rooney, Ritchie or Holmes, Rovers tactics on Saturday which very crude and sad to see. Potentially we could be celebrating promotion (and possibly the title) next Saturday with 3 wins so lets start with the first one on Friday. COYMR
As said above I think the other 3 teams will either draw 2 or draw 1 and lose 1 from their last 6 or 7 fixtures. .. Last night's win was absolutely massive and hammers home to the other 3 that they are in a 3-way fight for 2 auto promotion places .. and that adds it's own huge levels of pressure for the three of them..whereas last night has eased the pressure on us for Friday..a free roaming performance with chances taken and I can't see them living with us.
Win on Friday and I will be cheering for Oxford on Monday :-)

COYMR
[quote][p][bold]SAPFanSTFC[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Oxon-Red[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Rebel_phish[/bold] wrote: A great performance and a great result. 3 more massive points towards the championship. Morecambe still a tricky game, dispite their home form. I predict a draw on Friday, but a win is well in our grasp. With last nights win, we can finish no lower than 7th. Even if Turkey, creepies, and the shrews win all their remaining matches - which they wont - we win 5 out of 7, we can not be caught. I'd back us to win 5 from 7, cant say I'd back the rest to win 6/7 from their remaining games. But I don't really think we will need to win 5 more, 90+ points will be enough.[/p][/quote]The Shrews and the Creepies both have to win effectively 3 more games than us to beat us to the title. Torquay have to win 2 more games. Every win makes their task harder with the games running out. I can see us winning again on Friday, we played them to perfection at the CG by letting them have the ball at the back and slowly pushing them back. They had 61% of the possession in that game but half our attempts on goal. They are a team that try to play football and hopefully we won't see the crude tackles flying in early on against Rooney, Ritchie or Holmes, Rovers tactics on Saturday which very crude and sad to see. Potentially we could be celebrating promotion (and possibly the title) next Saturday with 3 wins so lets start with the first one on Friday. COYMR[/p][/quote]As said above I think the other 3 teams will either draw 2 or draw 1 and lose 1 from their last 6 or 7 fixtures. .. Last night's win was absolutely massive and hammers home to the other 3 that they are in a 3-way fight for 2 auto promotion places .. and that adds it's own huge levels of pressure for the three of them..whereas last night has eased the pressure on us for Friday..a free roaming performance with chances taken and I can't see them living with us.[/p][/quote]Win on Friday and I will be cheering for Oxford on Monday :-) COYMR Oxon-Red
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11:20am Wed 4 Apr 12

stfclondon says...

SAPFanSTFC wrote:
Rebel_phish wrote: A great performance and a great result. 3 more massive points towards the championship. Morecambe still a tricky game, dispite their home form. I predict a draw on Friday, but a win is well in our grasp. With last nights win, we can finish no lower than 7th. Even if Turkey, creepies, and the shrews win all their remaining matches - which they wont - we win 5 out of 7, we can not be caught. I'd back us to win 5 from 7, cant say I'd back the rest to win 6/7 from their remaining games. But I don't really think we will need to win 5 more, 90+ points will be enough.
Being honest I can see the other three drawing at least 1 and losing 1 of their last 6 or 7. . If they do that they'll be on a maximum of 88pts..leaving us needing only 3 wins from 7 to guarantee the title..I'm REALLY liking the sound of just 3 wins needed! :-)
Me too, and with three home games to come it's looking very good indeed for us. I'm not counting any chickens just yet though, I've supported the Town too long for that!
[quote][p][bold]SAPFanSTFC[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Rebel_phish[/bold] wrote: A great performance and a great result. 3 more massive points towards the championship. Morecambe still a tricky game, dispite their home form. I predict a draw on Friday, but a win is well in our grasp. With last nights win, we can finish no lower than 7th. Even if Turkey, creepies, and the shrews win all their remaining matches - which they wont - we win 5 out of 7, we can not be caught. I'd back us to win 5 from 7, cant say I'd back the rest to win 6/7 from their remaining games. But I don't really think we will need to win 5 more, 90+ points will be enough.[/p][/quote]Being honest I can see the other three drawing at least 1 and losing 1 of their last 6 or 7. . If they do that they'll be on a maximum of 88pts..leaving us needing only 3 wins from 7 to guarantee the title..I'm REALLY liking the sound of just 3 wins needed! :-)[/p][/quote]Me too, and with three home games to come it's looking very good indeed for us. I'm not counting any chickens just yet though, I've supported the Town too long for that! stfclondon
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11:25am Wed 4 Apr 12

Rebel_phish says...

SAPFanSTFC wrote:
Oxon-Red wrote:
Rebel_phish wrote: A great performance and a great result. 3 more massive points towards the championship. Morecambe still a tricky game, dispite their home form. I predict a draw on Friday, but a win is well in our grasp. With last nights win, we can finish no lower than 7th. Even if Turkey, creepies, and the shrews win all their remaining matches - which they wont - we win 5 out of 7, we can not be caught. I'd back us to win 5 from 7, cant say I'd back the rest to win 6/7 from their remaining games. But I don't really think we will need to win 5 more, 90+ points will be enough.
The Shrews and the Creepies both have to win effectively 3 more games than us to beat us to the title. Torquay have to win 2 more games. Every win makes their task harder with the games running out. I can see us winning again on Friday, we played them to perfection at the CG by letting them have the ball at the back and slowly pushing them back. They had 61% of the possession in that game but half our attempts on goal. They are a team that try to play football and hopefully we won't see the crude tackles flying in early on against Rooney, Ritchie or Holmes, Rovers tactics on Saturday which very crude and sad to see. Potentially we could be celebrating promotion (and possibly the title) next Saturday with 3 wins so lets start with the first one on Friday. COYMR
As said above I think the other 3 teams will either draw 2 or draw 1 and lose 1 from their last 6 or 7 fixtures.
..
Last night's win was absolutely massive and hammers home to the other 3 that they are in a 3-way fight for 2 auto promotion places
..
and that adds it's own huge levels of pressure for the three of them..whereas last night has eased the pressure on us for Friday..a free roaming performance with chances taken and I can't see them living with us.
I agree with both of you, but my analysis is based on the worst mathematical senario, that is Torquary or Crawley winning all their remaining games. Now, I know that ain't gona happen, Same as we might not win all our remaining games.

3 wins Will be enough to guarantee promotion and may also be enough to clinch the title. The Plymouth match could be the day we get the P, and I still think it with be 21st April we will assured the title.

Then a big party at home against the Vale with a great 2nd half camio from PdC himself.

Party, Party, Party.
[quote][p][bold]SAPFanSTFC[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Oxon-Red[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Rebel_phish[/bold] wrote: A great performance and a great result. 3 more massive points towards the championship. Morecambe still a tricky game, dispite their home form. I predict a draw on Friday, but a win is well in our grasp. With last nights win, we can finish no lower than 7th. Even if Turkey, creepies, and the shrews win all their remaining matches - which they wont - we win 5 out of 7, we can not be caught. I'd back us to win 5 from 7, cant say I'd back the rest to win 6/7 from their remaining games. But I don't really think we will need to win 5 more, 90+ points will be enough.[/p][/quote]The Shrews and the Creepies both have to win effectively 3 more games than us to beat us to the title. Torquay have to win 2 more games. Every win makes their task harder with the games running out. I can see us winning again on Friday, we played them to perfection at the CG by letting them have the ball at the back and slowly pushing them back. They had 61% of the possession in that game but half our attempts on goal. They are a team that try to play football and hopefully we won't see the crude tackles flying in early on against Rooney, Ritchie or Holmes, Rovers tactics on Saturday which very crude and sad to see. Potentially we could be celebrating promotion (and possibly the title) next Saturday with 3 wins so lets start with the first one on Friday. COYMR[/p][/quote]As said above I think the other 3 teams will either draw 2 or draw 1 and lose 1 from their last 6 or 7 fixtures. .. Last night's win was absolutely massive and hammers home to the other 3 that they are in a 3-way fight for 2 auto promotion places .. and that adds it's own huge levels of pressure for the three of them..whereas last night has eased the pressure on us for Friday..a free roaming performance with chances taken and I can't see them living with us.[/p][/quote]I agree with both of you, but my analysis is based on the worst mathematical senario, that is Torquary or Crawley winning all their remaining games. Now, I know that ain't gona happen, Same as we might not win all our remaining games. 3 wins Will be enough to guarantee promotion and may also be enough to clinch the title. The Plymouth match could be the day we get the P, and I still think it with be 21st April we will assured the title. Then a big party at home against the Vale with a great 2nd half camio from PdC himself. Party, Party, Party. Rebel_phish
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11:45am Wed 4 Apr 12

SAPFanSTFC says...

Oxon-Red wrote:
SAPFanSTFC wrote:
Oxon-Red wrote:
Rebel_phish wrote: A great performance and a great result. 3 more massive points towards the championship. Morecambe still a tricky game, dispite their home form. I predict a draw on Friday, but a win is well in our grasp. With last nights win, we can finish no lower than 7th. Even if Turkey, creepies, and the shrews win all their remaining matches - which they wont - we win 5 out of 7, we can not be caught. I'd back us to win 5 from 7, cant say I'd back the rest to win 6/7 from their remaining games. But I don't really think we will need to win 5 more, 90+ points will be enough.
The Shrews and the Creepies both have to win effectively 3 more games than us to beat us to the title. Torquay have to win 2 more games. Every win makes their task harder with the games running out. I can see us winning again on Friday, we played them to perfection at the CG by letting them have the ball at the back and slowly pushing them back. They had 61% of the possession in that game but half our attempts on goal. They are a team that try to play football and hopefully we won't see the crude tackles flying in early on against Rooney, Ritchie or Holmes, Rovers tactics on Saturday which very crude and sad to see. Potentially we could be celebrating promotion (and possibly the title) next Saturday with 3 wins so lets start with the first one on Friday. COYMR
As said above I think the other 3 teams will either draw 2 or draw 1 and lose 1 from their last 6 or 7 fixtures. .. Last night's win was absolutely massive and hammers home to the other 3 that they are in a 3-way fight for 2 auto promotion places .. and that adds it's own huge levels of pressure for the three of them..whereas last night has eased the pressure on us for Friday..a free roaming performance with chances taken and I can't see them living with us.
Win on Friday and I will be cheering for Oxford on Monday :-) COYMR
Absolutely..strange feeling that but needs must when the devil drives
[quote][p][bold]Oxon-Red[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]SAPFanSTFC[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Oxon-Red[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Rebel_phish[/bold] wrote: A great performance and a great result. 3 more massive points towards the championship. Morecambe still a tricky game, dispite their home form. I predict a draw on Friday, but a win is well in our grasp. With last nights win, we can finish no lower than 7th. Even if Turkey, creepies, and the shrews win all their remaining matches - which they wont - we win 5 out of 7, we can not be caught. I'd back us to win 5 from 7, cant say I'd back the rest to win 6/7 from their remaining games. But I don't really think we will need to win 5 more, 90+ points will be enough.[/p][/quote]The Shrews and the Creepies both have to win effectively 3 more games than us to beat us to the title. Torquay have to win 2 more games. Every win makes their task harder with the games running out. I can see us winning again on Friday, we played them to perfection at the CG by letting them have the ball at the back and slowly pushing them back. They had 61% of the possession in that game but half our attempts on goal. They are a team that try to play football and hopefully we won't see the crude tackles flying in early on against Rooney, Ritchie or Holmes, Rovers tactics on Saturday which very crude and sad to see. Potentially we could be celebrating promotion (and possibly the title) next Saturday with 3 wins so lets start with the first one on Friday. COYMR[/p][/quote]As said above I think the other 3 teams will either draw 2 or draw 1 and lose 1 from their last 6 or 7 fixtures. .. Last night's win was absolutely massive and hammers home to the other 3 that they are in a 3-way fight for 2 auto promotion places .. and that adds it's own huge levels of pressure for the three of them..whereas last night has eased the pressure on us for Friday..a free roaming performance with chances taken and I can't see them living with us.[/p][/quote]Win on Friday and I will be cheering for Oxford on Monday :-) COYMR[/p][/quote]Absolutely..strange feeling that but needs must when the devil drives SAPFanSTFC
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11:54am Wed 4 Apr 12

SAPFanSTFC says...

Rebel_phish wrote:
SAPFanSTFC wrote:
Oxon-Red wrote:
Rebel_phish wrote: A great performance and a great result. 3 more massive points towards the championship. Morecambe still a tricky game, dispite their home form. I predict a draw on Friday, but a win is well in our grasp. With last nights win, we can finish no lower than 7th. Even if Turkey, creepies, and the shrews win all their remaining matches - which they wont - we win 5 out of 7, we can not be caught. I'd back us to win 5 from 7, cant say I'd back the rest to win 6/7 from their remaining games. But I don't really think we will need to win 5 more, 90+ points will be enough.
The Shrews and the Creepies both have to win effectively 3 more games than us to beat us to the title. Torquay have to win 2 more games. Every win makes their task harder with the games running out. I can see us winning again on Friday, we played them to perfection at the CG by letting them have the ball at the back and slowly pushing them back. They had 61% of the possession in that game but half our attempts on goal. They are a team that try to play football and hopefully we won't see the crude tackles flying in early on against Rooney, Ritchie or Holmes, Rovers tactics on Saturday which very crude and sad to see. Potentially we could be celebrating promotion (and possibly the title) next Saturday with 3 wins so lets start with the first one on Friday. COYMR
As said above I think the other 3 teams will either draw 2 or draw 1 and lose 1 from their last 6 or 7 fixtures. .. Last night's win was absolutely massive and hammers home to the other 3 that they are in a 3-way fight for 2 auto promotion places .. and that adds it's own huge levels of pressure for the three of them..whereas last night has eased the pressure on us for Friday..a free roaming performance with chances taken and I can't see them living with us.
I agree with both of you, but my analysis is based on the worst mathematical senario, that is Torquary or Crawley winning all their remaining games. Now, I know that ain't gona happen, Same as we might not win all our remaining games. 3 wins Will be enough to guarantee promotion and may also be enough to clinch the title. The Plymouth match could be the day we get the P, and I still think it with be 21st April we will assured the title. Then a big party at home against the Vale with a great 2nd half camio from PdC himself. Party, Party, Party.
We have to keep looking at worst case as you say but with Crawley's 3 players getting suspended that's the heart of their defence ripped out - no team can truly afford that.
--
We're also in the strange situation given that there are 3 teams chasing us and all have a maximum of 93pts.
.
If they all keep matching each other's results then as soon as we are guaranteed promotion we would also be guaranteed the title by default..although you feel as though one of them may just hold out to chase us until the Aldershot game it is looking less likely - the amount of pressure on them all is huge now.
[quote][p][bold]Rebel_phish[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]SAPFanSTFC[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Oxon-Red[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Rebel_phish[/bold] wrote: A great performance and a great result. 3 more massive points towards the championship. Morecambe still a tricky game, dispite their home form. I predict a draw on Friday, but a win is well in our grasp. With last nights win, we can finish no lower than 7th. Even if Turkey, creepies, and the shrews win all their remaining matches - which they wont - we win 5 out of 7, we can not be caught. I'd back us to win 5 from 7, cant say I'd back the rest to win 6/7 from their remaining games. But I don't really think we will need to win 5 more, 90+ points will be enough.[/p][/quote]The Shrews and the Creepies both have to win effectively 3 more games than us to beat us to the title. Torquay have to win 2 more games. Every win makes their task harder with the games running out. I can see us winning again on Friday, we played them to perfection at the CG by letting them have the ball at the back and slowly pushing them back. They had 61% of the possession in that game but half our attempts on goal. They are a team that try to play football and hopefully we won't see the crude tackles flying in early on against Rooney, Ritchie or Holmes, Rovers tactics on Saturday which very crude and sad to see. Potentially we could be celebrating promotion (and possibly the title) next Saturday with 3 wins so lets start with the first one on Friday. COYMR[/p][/quote]As said above I think the other 3 teams will either draw 2 or draw 1 and lose 1 from their last 6 or 7 fixtures. .. Last night's win was absolutely massive and hammers home to the other 3 that they are in a 3-way fight for 2 auto promotion places .. and that adds it's own huge levels of pressure for the three of them..whereas last night has eased the pressure on us for Friday..a free roaming performance with chances taken and I can't see them living with us.[/p][/quote]I agree with both of you, but my analysis is based on the worst mathematical senario, that is Torquary or Crawley winning all their remaining games. Now, I know that ain't gona happen, Same as we might not win all our remaining games. 3 wins Will be enough to guarantee promotion and may also be enough to clinch the title. The Plymouth match could be the day we get the P, and I still think it with be 21st April we will assured the title. Then a big party at home against the Vale with a great 2nd half camio from PdC himself. Party, Party, Party.[/p][/quote]We have to keep looking at worst case as you say but with Crawley's 3 players getting suspended that's the heart of their defence ripped out - no team can truly afford that. -- We're also in the strange situation given that there are 3 teams chasing us and all have a maximum of 93pts. . If they all keep matching each other's results then as soon as we are guaranteed promotion we would also be guaranteed the title by default..although you feel as though one of them may just hold out to chase us until the Aldershot game it is looking less likely - the amount of pressure on them all is huge now. SAPFanSTFC
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12:14pm Wed 4 Apr 12

Rebel_phish says...

SAP,

I am being pragmatic, I am aslo supporting the Town and anyone else who are playing Toquay and Crawley.

I just think that we will draw Friday. I also think (probably wrongly) that we will slip up at the Shots game, just to add to the "squeaky bum" time.

But one thing is for sure. After Friday, all the speculation and stat crunching will start again.
SAP, I am being pragmatic, I am aslo supporting the Town and anyone else who are playing Toquay and Crawley. I just think that we will draw Friday. I also think (probably wrongly) that we will slip up at the Shots game, just to add to the "squeaky bum" time. But one thing is for sure. After Friday, all the speculation and stat crunching will start again. Rebel_phish
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12:32pm Wed 4 Apr 12

Oi Den! says...

LR, I think you've posted a very good review of the game. I note that you say you didn't realise how quick Murray was. I thought his pace was obvious from his first game for us. The ball that set him up for the goal was the type he clearly thrives on. I would like to see us play it a lot more. It's a nightmare for cumbersome defenders if you have the pace of Murray to take advantage.
LR, I think you've posted a very good review of the game. I note that you say you didn't realise how quick Murray was. I thought his pace was obvious from his first game for us. The ball that set him up for the goal was the type he clearly thrives on. I would like to see us play it a lot more. It's a nightmare for cumbersome defenders if you have the pace of Murray to take advantage. Oi Den!
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12:35pm Wed 4 Apr 12

SAPFanSTFC says...

Rebel_phish wrote:
SAP, I am being pragmatic, I am aslo supporting the Town and anyone else who are playing Toquay and Crawley. I just think that we will draw Friday. I also think (probably wrongly) that we will slip up at the Shots game, just to add to the "squeaky bum" time. But one thing is for sure. After Friday, all the speculation and stat crunching will start again.
:-)
I keep having to check myself from going into bling optimism mode but last night was a big big step forwards.
--
Like you I'm betting on a draw for Friday but the heart still say's we can do it (I wasn't optimistic last Saturday) but will just have to choke back the heavings while cheering on them down the road.
.
Hat-Trick for Bodin on Friday!?
:-)
--
Lets hope the stats show that we only need 2 or 3 more wins to guarantee the title eh!?
[quote][p][bold]Rebel_phish[/bold] wrote: SAP, I am being pragmatic, I am aslo supporting the Town and anyone else who are playing Toquay and Crawley. I just think that we will draw Friday. I also think (probably wrongly) that we will slip up at the Shots game, just to add to the "squeaky bum" time. But one thing is for sure. After Friday, all the speculation and stat crunching will start again.[/p][/quote]:-) I keep having to check myself from going into bling optimism mode but last night was a big big step forwards. -- Like you I'm betting on a draw for Friday but the heart still say's we can do it (I wasn't optimistic last Saturday) but will just have to choke back the heavings while cheering on them down the road. . Hat-Trick for Bodin on Friday!? :-) -- Lets hope the stats show that we only need 2 or 3 more wins to guarantee the title eh!? SAPFanSTFC
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1:06pm Wed 4 Apr 12

Rebel_phish says...

At the end of Feb last season, my heart said " we can get out of this mess and survive". But my head was telling me we had no chance. My head was right.

This season, at the end of Feb when we beat Shrews to go top, my head has been telling me "Don't worry, Its in the bag, Champs for sure", but my heart is saying "be careful, don't slip up, you can still be caught".

I listened to my heart last season and my head proved me wrong. So I going to ignor my heart and let my head take over.
At the end of Feb last season, my heart said " we can get out of this mess and survive". But my head was telling me we had no chance. My head was right. This season, at the end of Feb when we beat Shrews to go top, my head has been telling me "Don't worry, Its in the bag, Champs for sure", but my heart is saying "be careful, don't slip up, you can still be caught". I listened to my heart last season and my head proved me wrong. So I going to ignor my heart and let my head take over. Rebel_phish
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4:21pm Wed 4 Apr 12

billbst says...

Well done Ronan. It is so good to see him slot one of these 1-on-1s. He has cleverly got into these positions before but missed most. Hopefully will now push on with more confidence.
Well done Ronan. It is so good to see him slot one of these 1-on-1s. He has cleverly got into these positions before but missed most. Hopefully will now push on with more confidence. billbst
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4:28pm Wed 4 Apr 12

SAPFanSTFC says...

Rebel_phish wrote:
At the end of Feb last season, my heart said " we can get out of this mess and survive". But my head was telling me we had no chance. My head was right.

This season, at the end of Feb when we beat Shrews to go top, my head has been telling me "Don't worry, Its in the bag, Champs for sure", but my heart is saying "be careful, don't slip up, you can still be caught".

I listened to my heart last season and my head proved me wrong. So I going to ignor my heart and let my head take over.
Ditto that!
--
In the long run the pessimist may be proved right but the optimist has the better journey!
I for one am going to enjoy every ruddy second of this journey!!
..
Even enjoyed winding that stupid miserable steward last night after the game - happy days!!
[quote][p][bold]Rebel_phish[/bold] wrote: At the end of Feb last season, my heart said " we can get out of this mess and survive". But my head was telling me we had no chance. My head was right. This season, at the end of Feb when we beat Shrews to go top, my head has been telling me "Don't worry, Its in the bag, Champs for sure", but my heart is saying "be careful, don't slip up, you can still be caught". I listened to my heart last season and my head proved me wrong. So I going to ignor my heart and let my head take over.[/p][/quote]Ditto that! -- In the long run the pessimist may be proved right but the optimist has the better journey! I for one am going to enjoy every ruddy second of this journey!! .. Even enjoyed winding that stupid miserable steward last night after the game - happy days!! SAPFanSTFC
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6:32pm Wed 4 Apr 12

London Red says...

Den - maybe it has just been the games I've seen but at Wembley and against Rovers he never really opened his legs and ran
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Guess he never got the balls to actually do it like he did from Rooney etc
Den - maybe it has just been the games I've seen but at Wembley and against Rovers he never really opened his legs and ran . Guess he never got the balls to actually do it like he did from Rooney etc London Red
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12:33am Thu 5 Apr 12

Oxon-Red says...

Ronan,

Some may doubt you but if you are wearing a red shirt I won't. If you score the winner that takes us up you will be a hero, if you don't it won't matter in my eyes because I know you have given 100%+ while wearing our club's shirt.

Nuff said.

COYMR
Ronan, Some may doubt you but if you are wearing a red shirt I won't. If you score the winner that takes us up you will be a hero, if you don't it won't matter in my eyes because I know you have given 100%+ while wearing our club's shirt. Nuff said. COYMR Oxon-Red
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