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We find ourselves in the middle of another international break this
week and I find the memories of this league coming flooding back to
me. It seems to be either all or nothing. One minute we?ve got
Saturday and midweek games stacking up on top of each other, the next,
the training ground is depleted with the lads away with their
For me though, that is a testament to the quality of players we have
here and this time round, as well as all the usual suspects, we have
young John Joe O?Toole receiving his first international call up for
the Republic of Ireland ?s U21?s.
He?s having a fantastic couple of months after a run in the first
team and now this ? it?s a great reward and he knows that he?s got to
keep it up now. He?s raised the bar and like everyone else, it has to
I thought it was a promising performance from the team on Saturday
against Colchester. The result wasn?t what I would have liked and I
thought we did more than enough to take all three points, but in terms
of the football that was played, I think it proves that we are
improving all the time and heading in the right direction.
Our movement and our build up play was some of the best I?ve seen
from us so far this season, but sadly our finishing wasn?t as clinical
as I would have liked. I said after the game that we had created
enough chances to have won seven games let alone one, and you can rest
assured that we will be looking to take that same style of play into
our game against Barnsley next week, but with a few more goals to talk
So now it?s back to the grind of five games in two weeks, and just as
we have to be more motivated than ever, you need to be behind us even
more than you have been through the start of this season. We are in a
tremendous position at this stage and we are only seeking to improve.
This next batch of games will be vital to our season, so we need your
support more than ever.
Come on! 14 November 2007 22:24 Started on 'Glory Hornets Board' forum
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It's been going for about 20 years and although I don't play every day I have managed to get through the twelve questions without a mistake on only 3 occasions !.....have you? 04 November 2007 21:15 Started on 'Glory Hornets Board' forum
Any field, any discipline... just anything you think has made the world a better/happier/safer or pleasant place.
Me = pedestrian crossings. 04 November 2007 00:44 Started on 'Glory Hornets Board' forum
it's cover of a modest mouse song by Sun Kil Moon
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With only one match remaining in the season Zenit are on 58 points, two points ahead of Spartak Moscow, who beat Rostov 3-0. Third-placed CSKA Moscow are not in contention on 50 points.
Spurred on by a capacity 21-thousand home crowd Saint Petersburg, who won the Soviet league in 1984, pushed hard from the start seeking an early goal.
Russian international striker Andrei Arshavin put Saint Petersburg 1-0 up in the 19th minute shooting home from seven-metres from Turkish teammate Fatih Tekke's short cross.
Russia's nine-time champions Spartak Moscow easily and predictably took three points thrashing already relegated Rostov.
Spartak dominated the play in general but managed to open the score only in the 40th minute, when their Ukrainian midfielder Maxim Kalinichenko fired into the top left-hand corner with a 20-metre freekick.
Brazilian striker Soares Welliton and midfielder Denis Boyarintsev added one apiece after the halftime break to keep Spartak in the race for the domestic title. 04 November 2007 00:37 Started on 'Glory Hornets Board' forum
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