Season One: November
We kicked off the month with a thrilling 4-2 home victory over Havant & Waterlooville in the league. Next up was a much-feared trip to Dartford in the FA Cup, where we battled hard for a much-deserved 0-0 draw, which meant a replay would be contested. Another draw followed as we failed to score against St. Albans, although our defence proved to be solid. We returned to winning ways as a Sergio Torres goal saw us beat Chelmsford in the league. We then ran out as victors against Dartford in our replay, after a fantastic 3-2 win. Weston-super-Mare frustrated us with yet another draw before Havant & Waterlooville earned their revenge against us as we were knocked out of the FA Trophy. It was a very mixed month but not one I can complain with. Despite being knocked out of the FA Trophy, we were unbeaten in the league and we had progressed past tough opposition in the FA Cup. Onwards and upwards!
Player Of The Month
was our best player this month as the pacey attacker proved to be impossible to contain. I play Mills on the right wing, where his pace and movement has proven to be unstoppable. He has scored goals, created goals and been a thorn in the side of every opponent we've faced. He has been sensational for us.
Danny Mills' Season Stats
MotM Awards: 2
Yellow Cards: 2
Red Cards: 0
Pass Completion Ratio: 71%
Dribbles Per Game: 3.35
Fouls Committed: 6
Fouls Against: 27
Average Rating: 7.45
Vanarama Conference South
Our unbeaten run sees us top the league by 10 points after 19 games played. Basingstoke in second place have played one less than us, however. We remain the league's top scorers and our GD of +24 remains far superior.
We open the month with an away trip to Shrewsbury (Sky Bet League 2) in the FA Cup. I don't expect to get anything out of this game but we will give our all from start to stop. Gosport at home and Sutton United away are our two next league games, before we host Eastbourne Boro on Boxing Day where we will be looking to celebrate the holidays with a victory. Our final match of 2014 sees us travel to Farnborough, who we beat 4-2 earlier on in the season. If we can get nine points, I am more than delighted.
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