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Leamington Brakes 'Back from Obscurity
Brakes back from Obscurity
Blue Square Bet Premier Division Odds ReleasedToday Sky Bet released the betting for clubs to gain promotion from the Blue Square Premier to Npower League 2. Newly promoted Leamington Brakes have been installed as the favourites to go up. Cambridge United, Mansfield Town and Luton Town are also in the mix along with Dagenham & Redbridge and Hereford Town. Here are the odds.
Leamington Brakes EvensF
Cambridge United 3/1
Mansfield Town 5/1
Luton Town 9/1
Dagenham & Redbridge 14/1
Hereford Town 16/1
Brakes Manager Jason Lippitt has been quick to state that this season will not be such a walk as last season but was confident that with his signings he has made they should be able to do what is expected of them.
Luton Town and Mansfield town are going to prove tough opposition in the league this season but Brakes first have to get rid of some players which Jason has said is a 'big priority' It will be interesting to see how all the teams fair this season!
Poor Pre-Season For The BrakesBrakes manager Jason Lippitt has said that he is not worried after a very poor pre-season although it was against higher rated opposition.
Brakes captain Tom Hutchinson said that Leamington 'remain on track' even though they drew just once and lost the rest of there pre seaosn matches.
Saturday 19th July
Vauxhall Motors 1-0 Brakes
Tuesday 22nd July
Brakes 2-2 Doncaster Rovers
Saturday 26th July
Brakes 0-2 Bristol City
Bristol City who are affiliated with Brakes got stuffed on a bright sunny Saturday afternoon. Lippitt said this was a wake up call for his team and they have a lot to learn.
Tuesday 29th July
Rochdale 3-1 Brakes
Despite losing Brakes had the lions share of possesion but just could not finish the chances they got.
Lippitt now is looking forward to the real thing starting.
'I just want to get this BSP underway' said a confident Lippitt 'It is time however for some of the lads to step up this season, I have not made that many signings so it is up to the team not to let me down.
2013-04-03 13:34#89552 PaukerJ : Heheheheh Glenn! I am as well placing my money on Brakes for the title this season! Don't dissapoint me Jason!
I will try not to my form picked up towards the end and there is a big transfer departure news on the way too
Wolves Gamble On Blue Square Premier Hotshot
EuroSport News can today release a exclusive story that Premier League Club Wolverhampton Wanderers have paid £7,250,000 up front with £950,000 IF Adeyinka goes on to make a international appearance. Adeyinka 23, was born in London had played for The Brakes for 2 seasons and had played 83 games scoring 30 goals.
In a interview with Jason Lippitt, his former manager, Adeyinka was described as one of the good guys. 'Tashan has been an amazing player for this club but when a premier league club comes calling to sign one of your players for £8 million then you can not stand in his way. I am very very proud of this man and I wish him all the best in the future.
Adeyinka also had fond words to say about his former boss. 'I will never forget my time at Brakes. I made so many friends but I just could not turn a move to the Premier League down. Wolves are a huge club and I hope I can make the incredible step up.'
No matter what happens Tashan Adeyinka will need to hope that he can step up to the Premier League, for Leamington, they are going to reinvest most of the £7,000,000 into the team this now makes them huge favourites to go up.
Suljevic Starts To Show His Worth As Brakes Recover WellBrakes boss Jason Lippitt hailed a supurb string of performances by Yan Klukowski and Smajl Suljevic as the catalyst for the improvement. Brakes had a horrible start to the season after being installed as favourites. Mansfield Town stuffed Leamington in there first ever match in the Blue Square Premier Division but they came back well. Lets have a look at the month just past.
Saturday 13th August
Brakes 0-5 Mansfield Town
Brakes' first ever match in the BSP was a severe wake-up call and Jason Lippitt stated his team HAD to improve to be able to go up to League 2.
Wednesday 13th August
Hayes & Yeading United 3-3 Brakes
T Hutchinson (77)
Brakes made a awesome fight back to grab a deserved point and show they have bottle.
Saturday 16th August
Brakes 2-2 Dagenham & Redbridge
Boa Morte (88)
Stockport County 0-1 Brakes
Leamington finally win there first game and it was deserved too. They dominated proceedings but thoroughally deserved the win.
Braintree Town 1-2 Brakes
Leamington make it 4 games unbeaten with a 2-1 win over Braintree. Smaljevic picking up his 3rd Man Of Match award.
Brakes 4-2 Newport County
Brakes have finally kicked into gear and are now building up a head of steam. Smaljevic yet again getting Man Of The Match and picking up his 2nd and 3rd goals of the season.