To say we are struggling with injuries is like saying we'll be having a couple of beers on Saturday! :)We only had 3 players available on Saturday that would usually start, and 5 or 6 teenagers (3 of which most had never even heard of) That said, they gave their all and almost held on for a point against a desperately poor Corby side. With the confidence your side must have after their recent run, I genuinely can't see you dropping points on the last day. I just hope you win tonight, and other results go your way meaning you are safe before the weekend. It'll be hard to party watching you lot going through untold agonies as the game is played. (Unless you are 4-0 up in 30 mins again and can chill out!) Good luck tonight, and see you Saturday! (And make sure there's plenty of cider chilled) :D
Thanks Dave. Looks like a few Bay folk are joining the 'fancy dress party' so lets hope we can have a few pints after the game with smiles all round.
Bradfords take on tonight's match. I hate it when opponents make it sound easy, it often comes back to bite you on the ass!
'Our opponents are still in the danger zone but their recent form would suggest that they should avoid the drop. In fact a victory in this fixture will ensure that does not happen and allow them a stress free last fixture of the season. The glut of matches is finally taking its toll on the Avenue's small squad. We may be struggling to put out a competitive team for this game. It would be a shame not to finish the season with two home victories and take that 6th position. We will have to see what fate awaits us. This is going to be a tough fixture. I am expecting Colwyn Bay to give us a real run for our money. Avenue may have to dig deep to grind out a result. Could it be a day for our Assistant manager, Mark Hume?'