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Watching the Canvey Highlights

EastStandBlue

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It occurs that it's not only North Essex that has a serious influx of Inbreeding...


Francis takes a knock and is writhing around in agony, It's plain to see he's in a certain degree of pain, yet Canvey can be heard chanting "Easay, Easay". I wouldn't even expect that from Col Ewe.
Then, at 4-0 down, they grab a goal and the same "Easay, Easay" chant erupts from the Canvey Crowd.

What is wrong with you people?



On a side note, It really should've been about 20-1. Harrold and Paynter are guilty of missing guilt edge chances in a game that had Charlie Mac written all over it unfortunately... If he had been on the pitch, I'd guess more than half of those chances in the box would've been converted and it's a shame to see him miss it. JCR seems to be getting balls in the box more frequently and him and Gower revel in the extra space... they were taking the **** at some points...
 
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