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8th April 2014
Apr 9, 2014, 12:10 am

CONVINCING BOROUGH WIN OVER LEAGUE LEADERS

Although visiting Great Wakering Rovers took an early lead Borough turned in their best performance of the season and, always looking the more likely winners, came back to win 4-2.   If there was any shortcoming in Borough's display it was in the finishing for with so many clear opportunities being created and spurned the visitors should have left on the end of an embarrassing scoreline instead of a respectable one, although it was the first time they have conceded 4 in a match this season.    The main beneficiary of Borough's endeavours was Enfield (1893) who will be Champions by one point if they win all their last seven games even if Great Wakering win all of their last 4.   Borough would need to win all their remaining 7 games and hope that Wakering failed to win one of theirs.    Enfield and Borough cannot both win all their remaining games as they meet at Coles Park next Tuesday.


5th April 2014
Apr 5, 2014, 8:41 pm

UNBEATEN RUN EXTENDED TO TWELVE

Borough completed the double over bottom club London Bari, beating them for the second time in three days at Clapton's "Old Spotted Dog" ground.  A goal in each half settled an undistinguished match.   It is the upcoming 13th game against League leaders Great Wakering Rovers at Coles Park next Tuesday which will have a huge bearing on the end of season outcome


3rd April 2014
Apr 4, 2014, 12:01 am

COMFORTABLE WIN AFTER SLOW START

A four goal flurry in the last 10 minutes of the first half at the end of which Borough were 3-1 ahead settled what had previously been an even contest.  Once Borough stepped up a gear having realised that their table propping visitors London Bari were not just there to make up the numbers there only ever looked like being one winner.  Borough wasted several good opportunities to improve their goal difference and it was not until five minutes from the end that they scored the only goal of the second half.


1st April 2014
Apr 1, 2014, 11:29 pm

BOROUGH LEAVE IT NOT QUITE SO LATE

Another 2-0 win against a strong visiting Sawbridgeworth Town side followed a pattern very similar to the previous win by the same score last Saturday.   Again, Borough made but wasted good chances in the first half with the same pattern continuing after the interval until the 67th minute when Daniel Arisitidou blasted home from 15 yards.   And it was another late goal, this time from Anthony McDonald that sealed it in the 88th minute. The Borough back four were in commanding form and for all their powerful approach play the visitors never managed to give 'keeper Ashley Harris much chance to shine.  The euphoria at another win was somewhat deflated by news of Great Wakering Rovers comeback from behind victory at Takeley with a 93rd minute winner which means that their visit to Coles Park next Tuesday will not be as crucial as would have been the case had they dropped points and victory would still leave our top-spot ambitions  reliant on other Clubs "doing us a favour"


29th March 2014
Mar 29, 2014, 8:17 pm

BOROUGH LEAVE IT LATE

Just when a frustrating afternoon looked to be on the cards as Borough created but wasted chance after chance against the stubborn defending of visitors Londo APSA, Darrel Cox scrambled home an 83rd minute opportunity and substitute Ellis Remy opened his account for the club with an accurate drive deep into stoppage time.   APSA did not test Borough keeper Austin Byfield until midway through the second half when he juts managed to finger tip a long range rocket supwards onto the bar and the Borough goal never looked to be in any real danger thereafter.


27th March 2014
Mar 28, 2014, 12:28 am

SERIOUS INJURY CAUSES ABANDONMENT

In the 38th minute of Borough's home game with Stansted a mistimed tackle by visiting striker Phil Siggins, as he tried to prevent a Borough player clearing upfield, sadly resulted in him breaking a leg.   Referee Ray Wells handled a difficult situation tactfully but, appallingly, with an ambulance not having arrived well after an hour of being called for despite several chase-ups the decision to abandon the game was effectively made for him.   Prior to the injury an entertaining game was goal-less.


Mar 25, 2014, 1:08 am

THREE GOALS IN THREE MINUTES LEAD TO A COMFORTABLE WIN

After an even opening spell at Hullbridge Sports  in which neither 'keeper was really tested Borough suddenly cut loose after 25 minutes with three goals in as many minutes.  Ashley Fashanu opened the scoring quickly followed by further strikes from Daniel Aristidou and Walid Matata.  Borough's lead never looked to be in serious danger and Darrell Cox added the fourth goal 5 minutes into the second half and the fifth ten minutes from time.   Hullbridges consolation game directly from a 25 yard free kick two minutes from time.

 

 


21st March 2014
Mar 21, 2014, 11:39 pm

BOROUGH SIGN INTERNATIONAL STRIKER

ELLIS REMY  an international striker  with Montserrat (whose National team was for many years managed by ex Haringey Borough Manager Kenny Dyer) has signed for the Club.   Ellis’s last Club was Hitchin Town and he has previously played at Conference level with Eastbourne Borough. His other Clubs have included Brentford, Bishops Stortford,  Enfield Town, Welling United and Folkestone Invicta

Other recent signings with experience at higer level include

NEIL JOHNSTONa midfielder and former Captain of Barnet Youth team whose last Club was Enfield Town

EHIBHANRE “EHIS” IZOKUN a defender who has joined from North Greenford United of the Calor (Southern) League and numbers  Bromley among his previous Clubs,

 

LEE ALLEN a striker who was with us some years ago rejoined from Enfield Town and has already made several appearance

 

LYNVALL DUNCAN a defender  with Canvey Island last season

 

WALID MATATA  a striker from Erith & Belvedere having previously been with a number of Clubs including Enfield Town has already found the net - in open play and twice from the spot

 

WE HOPE ALL WILL HAVE LONG AND SUCCESSFUL STAYS WITH US


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