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Bow: the little village that could

non league to legend.
Started on 3 May 2020 by PAFCjohn
Latest Reply on 28 June 2020 by ScottT
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Hi People.

I Have not been here long but some might have seen me in chat.

Iam doing something crazy becasue well i like to do something i dont think you see much of, a proper non league to legend.

Yes i plan to take a team from the lowest league in English football and take them as far as possible without getting sacked lo.
p.s if you any good at doing images pm me. like new player arrival etc

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Good luck with this mate! Be very interesting to see.
Good luck mate!
Good luck.

P.S. Isn't Justice good? Hope it helps!
Well pre season was ok will only draw 2 1 loss and 2 wins, but it was time to get into the season,

time is now who are am I going to pick as my first team who will be my main starting XI, My only change here is Ingram is playing in place of Fleary who is injured.

Well its here and the 1st game of the season. Away to Dawlish, a lovely seaside town on the south devon coast. its about 36 miles.

but no time to bathe in the sunshine and have a ice cream we are here to do a job. and boy did the team deliver and nice 0-2 away win for us.

weridly enough both goals scored by and assits by the same 2 players,

Jacob Curle a 19 midfielder and my corner taker whipped in 2 great corner and both where met by the captain and 19 CB Elliot Crawford, the first was a deafly touched header just going inside the far post, and the second he hammered home a volley from 7yrds.

on the downside my physio told me my key player 18 year old taymar fleary is out for awhile with a twisted ankle

Good result!
it was pretty even really. we just took our chances better.

which brings me to our 2nd game of the season our first home game at burston meadow. we welcomed tipton st john. in what was a fairly even contest maybe just edging it abit.

I tried afew different things like switching wingers for afew mins to try and throw off their defence but it was not to be has the got a 79th min goal which they held onto., but thats just football and i told my team its was ok they played welled and its was just unlucky which they seems to like and agreed which me on that.

Unlucky. Pick yourselves up and move on to the next one.
3rd game of the month and another home game at Burston meadow. and just 1 chance from the last game sees Pitman come in for Hogg on the left with Hogg moving to the right to replace Cooper.

20 Mins in sees our first goal as Jones heads in from 5yrd from a Bradley cross.

ingrams first came on the 48th as bradley finds a cutting ball down the channel a couple of touches from ingram sets himself up on the edge of the box and curls 1 into the bottom corner.

we where holding on well and was thinking of making a change to sure up the back lines when we gave away a pen.

and into the final minute and all hell breaks loose first off we gave away a stupid goal a ball over the top of the left back who fouled thier player sees the ball go through to their striker, the ref allows play to go on as an advantage and they level the game 2-2, but before you can even do anything we kick off the ball played back from Jones to Crawford who plays a 1 touch pass to Trego, who just humps the ball up field, Well brought down by Ingram a touch to get the ball out from his feet and smash, 30yrds out and the ball flies into the top corner.

It sounds like a typical game in the depths of Non-League football. Wouldn't have it any other way!
A dogged performance to bag the win. Nice stuff!
So final game of the first month sees us play University of Exeter III. And what a way to end of the month with a 5-1 trashing. although be to fair they did have a guy sent off. but still its 3 points.

so here is the table after the first month of games. a very good start, the team are showing me that they are adapting to my style of play and are doing well in training.

but as they say anything can happen in football and there is alot of football to be played. their is still time to get some staff in and maybe afew more players to add to the depth of the sqaud but all in all a good start.

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