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Rebels 0-2 Folkestone

Rebels still without home win
by Ted on 24/09/2006

Slough lose to bottom side Folkestone Invicta at Stag Meadow, leaving the Rebels still looking for their first home win of the season.

Slough Town

Folkestone Invicta

0

2

. Adam Flannagan
Steve Norman
Ryman League Premier Division
Stag Meadow
Saturday 23rd September 2006
3.00pm
The Report
Writing this report some 4 days after the match, I can barely remember anything about it. This is a definite plus as in the first half especially, Slough were woeful, making virtually no impact against fellow strugglers Folkestone who had yet to win a match in the league this season. Despite it being a 6 pointer, the Rebels showed little organisation or conviction in their football, failing to pressurise a shaky looking Folkestone keeper who was not confident with crosses. Folkestone took the lead after after 25 minutes, when Flannagan beat Jarvis to a header from a Watson free kick delivered from the right, with Drake coming for the cross, stopping, and being stuck firmly in no man's land. Slough failed to come up with anything in the first half.

The second half was slightly better, Slough pushing forward more, and after about 65 minutes a Steve Daly header was saved brilliantly low down by the Folkestone keeper. He may have looked dodgy on crosses (not that with Slough's short strikers that that is a deadly weakness), but he could certainly make a good reflex save. Folkestone wrapped the match up after 80 minutes when an inswinging corner was bundled directly into the net by Drake. 2 poor sides, of which we were considerably the poorer. The defence was arguably OK, with both goals being at least in part due to goalkeeping errors, but the midfield and attack really struggled in both effort and ability and tactics.

The Teams

Slough Town

Folkestone Invicta

1. Kieron Drake
2. Steve Dell
3. Curtis Ujah (15)
4. Jamie Jarvis
5. Marc Leach
6. Steve Daly (c) .
7. Darron Wilkinson
8. Leigh Mason
9. Anaclet Odhiambo
10. Gareth McCleary (16)
11. Michael Alexis
1. Tony Kessell
2. Kevin Watson
3. Steve Norman
4. Adam Flanagan
5. Friend
6. Samuel Okikiolu
7. Michael Everitt
8. James Everitt (12)
9. Ellis Remy (14)
10. Mark Saunders
11. Paul Jones
Subs Subs
12. Ravi Braich
14. Mark Bartley
15. Daryl Harris (3)
16. Mark West (10)
17. George Moleski
12. Ben Sly (8)
14. Joe Neilson (9)
15. Lee Shearer
16. Stonebridge
17. None
Manager Eddie Denton Manager Neil Cugley

Attendance: 269

Match Officials

Referee Mr. D. Belbin
Assistant Referee Mr. R. Cox
Assistant Referee Mr. D. l. Edwards

RebelsOnline Man of the Match

Darron Wilkinson

One of the few that seemed interested.

Match Photos

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