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Another great goal

Rebels 2-3 Kingstonian
by Ted on 07/04/2005

Slough fall to bottom of the league Kingstonian at Stag Meadow.

Slough Town



Michael Murphy (1-1)
Josias Carbon (2-2, although Matt Murphy was credited for it)


Martyn Lee (1-0)
Kenny Ojukwa (2-1)
Tony Reid (3-2)

Ryman League Premier Division
Stag Meadow
Tuesday 5th April 2005
The Report
More do-do than da-da. Best summed up by Eddie Denton's comments in the Observer. "Some of the players do not have the mentality I am looking for" "They are fair weather players. It was appalling for them (the fans) to watch."

The midfield just weren't interested. Completely over run. Not helped by some poor defending, which for the last goal was like something from the Keystone Kops reserves.

The first half was fairly scrappy from the start, with the players failing to pass or even talk to each other. By the 20 minute mark the K's looked to be the higher league side, Slough always being second to the ball. Murph 1 was noticeable as 1 player who was up for it, but some of the others weren't just failing in their passes, they weren't even getting the ball in the first place.

The first Kingstonian goal came just before half time, when Slough lost the ball on the edge of their own area twice in a row, and Lee shot high into the net.

Eddie's displeasure was obvious as the team came back out after only 8
minutes---either they didn't deserve a break or Eddie thought they might just score if there was no opposition. The second half showed some slight improvement with Murph 1 scoring from a 30 yd blinder after 58 minutes. For a few minutes Slough looked interested, but K's struck back after another slough double mistake, (2 missed tackles), Okukwa scoring after 68 minutes.

Slough threatened little until the 85th minute when Carbon, one of the few other players to deserve credit, scored a barely believable individual goal having somehow beaten a good half of the K's team.

The Keystone Kops then took over allowing the K's to win it.

Although the defence made some shocking mistakes, they had little in front of them, and my view is that the blame lay mainly with the midfield--they just didn't turn up.

The Teams

Slough Town


1. Shaun Allaway (17)
2. Josias Carbon
3. Michael Murphy
4. Ian Hodges
5. James Saulsbury
6. Danny Steer
7. Ryan Spencer (14)
8. Veli Hakki
9. Matt Miller (12)
10. Matt Murphy
11. Christian Metcalfe
1. Alan Hughes
2. Ian Dickens
3. Martyn Lee
4. Richard Taylor
5. Tony Reid
6. Jonathan Coke
7. Stuart Reeks
8. Bashiru Alimi
9. Kenny Ojukwa
10. Bernard Asante
11. Dave Timothy
Subs Subs
12. Matt Seedel
14. Leigh Mason
15. Sam Shepherd
16. Daniel Cann
17. Michael Parkin
12. Steven Guaje-Velandia
14. Jean-Serge Musungu
15. Robert Paris
16. Helmut Dayo
17. TBA
Manager Eddie Denton Manager Ian McDonald
Attendance: 299

Match Officials

Referee - TBA
Assistant referee -TBA
Assistant referee - TBA

RebelsOnline Man of the Match

Michael Murphy

Defended well and scored a great goal

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