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Managers Office: St.Albans April 2018

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Havant and Waterlooville have a tasty home clash with St.Albans City tomorrow at Westleigh Park. It is the battle of the Bradbury household as the gaffer Lee comes up against his son Harvey, a script which any Hollywood director would throw out the window.

But what does the gaffer feel about the game and that added spice to the encounter: "If Harvey's involved it will be a frustraiting situation for him and me really but at the end of the day he will do his thing for his team and I'll do the best I can for mine." "We've both been around it long enough to respect it so we're not going to do favours for anyone."

St.Albans come into the game after losing to the two basements clubs in the past week with defeats to Whitehawk and Bognor Regis, the latter a game the gaffer went to watch. "They'll be disapointed with their last couple of results. But at the same time they have a very good record against teams in the play-offs and above and are a dangerous team, I've watched them quite a bit this year and they have to come out and try and win the game necause they will want to try and stay in the play-offs and I think they will be."

Away from tomorrow's encounter the pitch has had a second treatment of Vogt Geo-Tech injector treatment by Apex and gives us a great chance of playing tomorrow and the gaffer is positive with the outlook of the playing surface. "It's ok. We've got people to come in and do work on it again to dry the pitch up and give us the best chance possible and thankfully the club has spent a bit of money to try and get this game on and dry the pitch up. We can't afford to have anymore games off because we are already full as far as games are concerned. Hopefully it will be fine."

That final note sounding positive ahead of a big game at Westleigh Park as the Hawks host St.Albans in a big game at Westleigh Park and your support is absolutely vital. Tickets are £13 Adults, £9 Concessions and £5 for Portsmouth Season Ticket holders. Hope to see you all there.

Henry Deacon

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