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Lee Bradbury Ahead of Saturday's Match v Tonbridge

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I asked Lee for his views on Saturday's home victory over Dulwich Hamlet;

 

'First half I thought it was a pretty even game, I thought we were unlucky to go behind, one lapse of concentration and they punished us with a fantastic finish, I was disappointed in the manner the player and the ball got there, anyway we addressed a few things at half time, I wanted the lads more on the front foot, higher up the park, just as we were in the second half against Harlow, I asked them to replicate that and they did, we were unfortunate not to be leading the game earlier with good chances, but the impetus was with us once we'd scored the early goal in the second half. 

 

I suggested to Lee bringing on George Barker maybe the substitution of the season;

 

'George has got that ability where he can make things happen, he's got that knack of creating opportunities for himself and others, he's a real good team player who hasn't had too many minutes recently because of how the team have been performing, but he's a real dangerous player in and around the box and he makes things happen, within 20 seconds of coming on he played into the box and the defender was tugging at his shirt, Georgie tried to stay up and fair play to the referee he was there and gave the penalty. Jason Prior kept his nerve well burying the penalty and winning us the game, which was nothing less than we deserved. Even though it was a tough game against a really strong Dulwich side, they are a good team. 

 

Finally I invited Lee to comment on this Saturday's home fixture against Tonbridge Angels;

 

'Tonbridge are a big strong side, they've just signed a couple of new players with a couple leaving, so they will be going for it, they want to be in the play offs, there are 3 teams on 68 points at the moment, them being one of them so a big weekend of football ahead, all we have to do is concentrate on ourselves and keep trying to win football matches, we want to win 4 games out of 4 and that's our aim, it's simple now if we win the next 4 games we win the league, we need to be fearless and go for it'.

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