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The Horse with no Name⭐
Oct 27, 2003
The wilds of Kent
from experimental361.com


Key points:

  • 14 clean sheets puts us joint 7th with Millwall, Rochdale and Wimbledon
  • Longest run of minutes without conceding - 307, putting us 15th (Millwall were top here with 744!)
  • Matches in which failed to score - 11, putting us 9th, joint with Bolton
  • However, longest run of minutes without scoring, we came top, with only 176 minutes.
  • 18.4% of our goals were headers, 8th in the table
  • we only took 41.6% of our shots from outside the area
  • However, we were only 13th in terms of outshooting our opponents
  • in terms of winning games from winning positions, ie. resilience, we were 4th, with 81%. However, we were 15th in terms of winning from losing positions (16.7%)
  • we're 20th in terms of how often we outfoul the opposition (37%)
  • Anthony Grant was the second most fouled player in the division (Ricky Holmes was 7th)
  • Matt Lund was the second biggest fouler in the division (Deegan was 7th)