“Dagenham is a massive game for us,” said Nicholson.
“It is a chance for us to put ourselves up against one of the best teams in the National League and see where we are."
See where we are - I'll tell you where we are - 'sh*t creek' with no paddle, no fresh water or food, having just been bitten by a poisonous snake with a crocodile thing heading towards you. Oh yeah, and its pi**ing down with rain.
Unexpected result, unusualy positive vibes this morning which is a refreshing change from the normal doom and gloom. Lets not get too carried away though, been here so many times only to see a disasterous string of performances and results follow and in effect our top scorer who has almost single handedly trigered this recent improvemnet will inevitably be on his way back to FG sooner rather than later. Also we finally have some width in with side and players who can get wide and behind defenders, put in crosses and threaten the oppositions penalty box. Not getting carried away as I am now numbed of emotion after so much disapointment. Personally It was a feeling of relief not of euphoria with the main "game" being played off of he pitch, the one that will decide the clubs long term future my main concern.
My education started when I left Highweek School for boys..