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Glebe FC 1-0 Fisher FC
Rushed along to Chiselhurst via the north circular straight from work. Another ground in the scefl knocked off the list. That’s commitment!
Finally got to put a face to the name of ace cameraman Dave Anderson. And nice to meet you Dave.
I was particularly looking forward to meeting up with another old teammate of mine Ellis Green. He was not in the squad for Glebe. Anyway hope your well buddy.
Glebe had plenty of experience to help the youngsters out. Aaron Fray the former Crystal Palace player and Peter Sweeney the former Millwall and Stoke midfielder. He’s now the assistant manager at Glebe and I’m told it was his first start. Peter might not be in the shape he once was but one 50 yard cross field ball in the second half from right to left screamed class. And to be fair I don’t think any other player on the park would have seen it let alone tried to play it.
Add Danny Philips into the mix a once bright prospect at Charlton. I last saw Danny play some years ago in a couple of trial games for Millwall. And I think glebe edged it in the technical stakes.
Fisher on the other hand edged it on the high energy and intensity levels. This match was a real pick the style you prefer.
If Sam Pekun had his shooting boots on in the first half the game could have been out of sight and things may have turned out differently. I’m sure Sam will have better days in front of goal this season as a finisher of his quality will not be off the scoresheet for long.
Both keepers had been in action and did well for there respective sides.
Halt time 0-0
Fish boss Dean Harrison must have been onto his team to take there chances during the half time team talk.
As the second half developed fishers Jamie Brown kept on showing his skills as he kept on trying to get down the touch line.
Ritchie Hamill kept the glebe back line busy with some excellent deliveries from set pieces. But Fisher could not find a way through.
Fisher sub Ramsamy burst through and shot tamely at the keeper with a side foot effort when laces and power were needed.
Throughout the game glebe youngster Luke Miller had looked impressive putting in some telling crosses that Mudi Wanogho and Fleming dealt with comfortably.
In the 86th minute 19 year old Miller didn’t attack the byline he cut inside Harvey Brinkley and whipped a wicked right footed cross in from the left.
This time the cross beat the Fisher back four and it found the head of substitute Louis Sproson to head the games only goal.
Final score Glebe FC 1-0 Fisher FC.
I felt that a draw was the very least that fisher deserved if not nicking the away win. As I said previously it was what you liked.
Thanks to glebe and good luck for the season they have a lovely set up.
We dust ourselves down at the Fisher and we go again.
Glebe 1-0 Fisher
Bank Holiday Monday 27 August 2018
SCEF Premier Division
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