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The main stand in all its glory
Our first sighting of triallist Bilal
West Ham organise a wall ahead of a free kick... from which Grays promptly score
Rav is not impressed
Ian Hendon watches another goal fly in
Bilal and Ravel
The home side celebrate their fourth and final goal
I was there tonight and most of the team were poor, the main ones..
Piquionne - Awful, I dont think he touched the ball in the second half, and when he did, he did nothing with it, barely held onto it. Had a couple of decent heading opportunities in the first half that went well over, he was just shocking against a grays athletic side. Would not be able to compete at PL level if he played like he did tonight.
Morrison - Fantastic movment all over the pitch, some nice first time passes, alot of move and go and was always involved, had a good opportunity to score, tried chipping over the keeper but it was a good save in the end.
Hall - Average tonight, he is a good crosser of the ball, had good movement and a bit of pace. Maybe one for the future as he has the ability there.
Mohsni - Surprise of the evening, he was actually really good, and got a goal to make up for a crazy own goal that was unfortunate. Good in the air, strong in the tackle, gets forward very well. We was playing Grays but he performed very well and shocked me to see how good he actually was. Not sure if he could handle PL but we shall see.
Lletget and Moncur put a shift in.
Also David Sullivan fell over flat on his face right infront of me on the wet surface SCRAPING "crunch grind noise* his gold watch along the concreet in the process, got helped up holding his face and walked it off, poor lil fella. It actually looked really painful, he also cut the ribbon earlier in the evening before his accident.
Bet that won't make the match report.
Don,t be too surprised with Moshnis ability
I have watched him many times,he is a very capable player,disregard he was playing in Div 2 last season,the lad
can definatley play,for the money involved,he will not be a gamble,and in my opinion,would defo suit a BFS squad
There are 100s of players outside of the Premiership,who would surprise you given a chance,but the scouts
dont do their jobs "Fact"
What position did Mohsni play? I know he's versatile, but with his goal tally last season I'd expect we would be looking at him as a winger?
He was playing CB last night and he scored two goal (one of them being an owl goal) but there were times where he was just on the edge of the box, but his position was definitely CB.
Be up in front of the beak for that, then.
Are you sure he wasn't playing on the wing?
Ravel is sure one wrinkly kid.
Team sheet from last night that I found online, for those that collect such things.
Anyone get a programme, was it any good?
Is that Pelly Ruddock? There can't be two people called Pelly, surely?
Totally agree, played some very good football for the Shrimpers second half of the season.
Yes, it was... so good he can play when he's asleep:
The new kit looks about two sizes too big for everyone in all those photos
Unfair comment, maybe at West Ham's end but in general there are plenty of scouts patrolling the lower leagues and Mohsni has been on a few clubs radars for a while.
Thought we binned our last scout....?
Cross went over a year ago if thats who you mean?