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Aug 22, 2006
On the seafront c c csiders
Well here we are after the first few games of the Brown era. The ethos certainly seems to that of a hard working physical side that likes to play football when in possession. Many posters on here (including myself) had concerns about the back four as well as the possibility of our front two not scoring enough. Credit to the back four, looking well organised and tenacious while doing the job. They have been protected by (and this is my biggest surprise) a very determined ryan leonard. As for the front two both have scored game winning goals..... ..cant ask for more than that.

In reality the squad is still paper thin and already having to cope with injuries and suspension. Reid will really have to step up next week and whos to say he wont, big opportunity for the lad. The apparent transformation of straker is nice to see (like a new signing tbh) atkinson is looking like the pick of the signings..........oh and a certain Mr Timlin must be chomping at the bit.