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manor15

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Tuesday 14th August 2007
Southend United 4-1 Cheltenham Town AET
Carling Cup Round One

Lee Bradbury's hat-trick put Southend in the Carling Cup second round as United scored three extra-time goals.Southend took an early lead in the 11th minute thanks to a Bradbury header but Cheltenham scored a deserved equaliser when John Finnigan fired home.
Finnigan had an injury-time penalty in normal time saved, a miss that came back to haunt the Cheltenham skipper.
Adam Barrett restored Southend's lead and then Bradbury took over, scoring with a penalty and an unstoppable shot.
Southend line up: Stephen Collis, Kerrea Gilbert (Lewis Hunt 105), Che Wilson, Peter Clarke, Adam Barrett, Nicky Bailey, Franck Moussa, Gary Hooper (Charlie MacDonald 75), Jamal Campbell-Ryce, Mark Gower (Tommy Black 84), Lee Bradbury

Stephen COLLIS - Currently without a club, having most recently been on the books of Macclesfield Town until January 2012
Kerrea GILBERT - Released by Yeovil in February, has since signed for Shamrock Rovers, League of Ireland champions
Lewis HUNT - Now playing in Conference South for Sutton United in central midfield after a short spell at Hendon in the Isthmian League
Che WILSON - Has coached at Cambridge University and Ipswich's academy while studying a sports science degree, most recently playing for Richmond Athletic in New Zealand on a break between studies
Peter CLARKE - Will captain Huddersfield in the Championship, adding to his 122 appearances for them
Adam BARRETT - Has been appointed captain at Bournemouth after one season at the club
Nicky BAILEY - Become a regular in the Middlesborough midfield which will push for promotion to the Premiership
Franck MOUSSA - Linked with Nottingham Forest, currently a free agent after being released by Leicester
Gary HOOPER - Recently scored in Celtic's Champions League qualifier and continues to push for an England cap after scoring 29 times last season
Charlie MACDONALD - Scored 9 in 35 for MK Dons last season after signing for £35,000 last August from Brentford
Jamal CAMPBELL-RYCE - Signed for Notts County in July on a free after being released by Bristol City
Mark GOWER - On the outskirts of the Swansea side, and has said he will leave if not part of Laudrup's plans, having made 7 Premier League appearances last season
Tommy BLACK - Has scored 11 in 47 since signing for Hornchurch in April 2010 from Hemel-Hempstead, where he was player-assistant manager
Lee BRADBURY - Currently without a club after being sacked as manager by Bournemouth, where he was previously a player

Steve TILSON - Recently appointed manager of Canvey Island
 

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Tuesday 14th August 2007
Southend United 4-1 Cheltenham Town AET
Carling Cup Round One

Lee Bradbury's hat-trick put Southend in the Carling Cup second round as United scored three extra-time goals.Southend took an early lead in the 11th minute thanks to a Bradbury header but Cheltenham scored a deserved equaliser when John Finnigan fired home.
Finnigan had an injury-time penalty in normal time saved, a miss that came back to haunt the Cheltenham skipper.
Adam Barrett restored Southend's lead and then Bradbury took over, scoring with a penalty and an unstoppable shot.
Southend line up: Stephen Collis, Kerrea Gilbert (Lewis Hunt 105), Che Wilson, Peter Clarke, Adam Barrett, Nicky Bailey, Franck Moussa, Gary Hooper (Charlie MacDonald 75), Jamal Campbell-Ryce, Mark Gower (Tommy Black 84), Lee Bradbury

Stephen COLLIS - Currently without a club, having most recently been on the books of Macclesfield Town until January 2012
Kerrea GILBERT - Released by Yeovil in February, has since signed for Shamrock Rovers, League of Ireland champions
Lewis HUNT - Now playing in Conference South for Sutton United in central midfield after a short spell at Hendon in the Isthmian League
Che WILSON - Has coached at Cambridge University and Ipswich's academy while studying a sports science degree, most recently playing for Richmond Athletic in New Zealand on a break between studies
Peter CLARKE - Will captain Huddersfield in the Championship, adding to his 122 appearances for them
Adam BARRETT - Has been appointed captain at Bournemouth after one season at the club
Nicky BAILEY - Become a regular in the Middlesborough midfield which will push for promotion to the Premiership
Franck MOUSSA - Linked with Nottingham Forest, currently a free agent after being released by Leicester
Gary HOOPER - Recently scored in Celtic's Champions League qualifier and continues to push for an England cap after scoring 29 times last season
Charlie MACDONALD - Scored 9 in 35 for MK Dons last season after signing for £35,000 last August from Brentford
Jamal CAMPBELL-RYCE - Signed for Notts County in July on a free after being released by Bristol City
Mark GOWER - On the outskirts of the Swansea side, and has said he will leave if not part of Laudrup's plans, having made 7 Premier League appearances last season
Tommy BLACK - Has scored 11 in 47 since signing for Hornchurch in April 2010 from Hemel-Hempstead, where he was player-assistant manager
Lee BRADBURY - Currently without a club after being sacked as manager by Bournemouth, where he was previously a player

Steve TILSON - Recently appointed manager of Canvey Island



Collis signed for Buxton FC today
 

Reg Martin

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definitely good days but if only more people could have realised it at the time.:headbang:
the opening league results that season were distinctly mixed:

H Orient L1-2
A Leeds L1-4 groans from southend fans present when team announced with bradbury and harrold up front
H Millwall W1-0
A Brighton L2-3 conceding two late goals after having been 2-1 ahead

discussions on shrimperzone about whether it was time to give Steve Tilson the chop
we soon recovered but then hit a mid-season wobble.
more discussions on shrimperzone about whether there should be a campaign of booing of players (some chap called bailey was exempt as apparently he was the only one who tried)

I know I'm like a broken record on this but why why why were there so many moaners during that era
 
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