Goodness, the snow has arrived early this year! Woke up this morning with 4 inches ~ and as it doesn't happen that often nowadays, I decided to put a smile on Mrs Registers face for three minutes...then went to check the snow!
Bet365 are still offering 9/1 on us, so time to chuck some more money on I suppose. Have decided I will stop at 2!
Took 25s thank god 9/1 still a good price mind
I'm on at 33/25/16/12 and now 9/1! Bets like this don't come along that often. My first bet of £250 at 33/1 is now £500...and we're only fifth!
In fact, this is the best bet since I won the S.W.I.T * contest all those years ago!
Was that simpleton 'the raider' there? Some folk like our lovely Mr.Barlow can't seem to see how much better Johnson is than Owers, there's even one idiot called Horler who seems to think Kev was in fact the worst manager at the club bar one! You couldn't make it up! Joseph explain yourself!
Not to sure what to make of 'Mr Raider', would suggest that he has some issues which need careful monioring.
Saw Mr Joe earlier while have our morning coffee on Cafe Mcdonalds.
Mr.Raider is clearly not as advantaged as the rest of us, poor fella! Not sure Tyson Fury was overly joyed by his presence at a pre fight chat, it was funny but I'm not convinced this was Mr.Raiders intention and Mr.Fury clearly didn't get it!
Went to visit my son who lives in Finsbury Park at the weekend so took the chance to stop off at Ruislip on the way. Took the Mrs up the Arsenal on Sunday morning which was nice - hadn't been there for donkey's years.
Was worried by the absence of Hall who has played the experienced anchor in our young midfield, but Dickson came back to do a reasonable impersonation of him.
I have seen some say we played three at the back, but Essuman was certainly more right-back than right-centre-back, Kabala more wide left than centre midfield, Edwards more right winger than wing-back. I would certainly say it was 4-4-2 - just as it had been against Winchester. Even when Keating replaces Kalala, he played wide left not as a third striker - just as he had against Winchester.
It was a confident and patient performance. It took a long time for a goal to come with Reid missing a penalty. We just calmly kept doing what we were doing and struck either side of half-time - a great goal from Edwards and a free header from a free-kick from Essuman.
Wealdstone then mounted some sustained pressure, but never really threatened. We soaked it up fairly comfortably and then started to find lots of space on the break. We added one more through Reid but could have had a few more - over-elaborating on a few occasions and Williams missing a sitter.
A comfortable 3-0. It looked like a full-time team against a part-time team.