Next two away games.

Discussion in 'Hampton and Richmond Borough FC Unofficial Forum' started by SHEPPERTON SUPPORTER, Sep 7, 2017.

  1. Josh

    Josh Member

    We probably will be the happier, having to go there on a Monday night, you'd of taken a point.
  2. Hampton mad

    Hampton mad Member

    Monday night. I remember watching Blackburn beat Blackpool 1-0 on Christmas day in 1959. Footballers today dont know which side there bread is butterd these days.
  3. Hampton mad

    Hampton mad Member

    Thanks for that link Josh. Could not get it in Spain but it was worth a try.
    Last edited: Sep 12, 2017
  4. Mucky knees

    Mucky knees Member

    Back in the day trains used to run on Christmas day

  5. Josh

    Josh Member

    What does this have to do with us getting a point away to Gloucester?
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  6. Hampton mad

    Hampton mad Member

    TE="Mucky knees, post: 39906, member: 187"]Back in the day trains used to run on Christmas day

    Last edited: Sep 11, 2017
  7. TW3Beaver

    TW3Beaver Member

    Now they don't even run on Boxing Day.
  8. Only the bottom two clubs, Concord and Whitehawk have scored less league goals than us and Welling. Seems to indicate where the problem lies, but it could also be that we are failing to create the goal scoring chances. After eleven games last season we had scored 26 league goals.
    On a different point , how long is Wassmer's suspension?
    Last edited: Sep 12, 2017
  9. TangerineBeaver

    TangerineBeaver New Member

    Ah , that was a "friendly" local derby , presumably Burnley and Preston respectively were busy elsewhere
  10. RogerSW

    RogerSW New Member

  11. Josh

    Josh Member

    Blimey, that's harsh!
  12. Looked at it a few times, cannot seen how he was offside. Looked also to see if anyone else was offending - again nothing. Looked at foul by one of ours- again nothing.
    Looks like officials error, but can't do anything now!
    These things often balance out over a season.
  13. Josh

    Josh Member

  14. BHH

    BHH Member

    However, despite not scoring much, only Dartford, Chelmsford, St Albans and Havant have conceded less which shows that the issues from last season appear to have disappeared. If we can do a similar thing with the forward line and turn the attack into something formidable then we could become very competitive indeed.

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  15. Hampton mad

    Hampton mad Member

  16. Last season after 11 games we had conceded two more goals than this season. The defensive issues were perhaps less apparent in this part of the season?

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