I though Marvin Armstrong was superb - his pace is a real difference maker and he showed a cool head to feed RDH rather than have a go himself.
No idea how they got an attendance of 2,051, I was expecting less than a 1,000. I guess it's possible that a lot of their supporters had tickets but stayed away because of the Southampton game being on. There were nowhere near 2,000 people in the ground.
Unless the camera side of the ground was full that was nowhere near 2k. 1500 maxrudebwoyben wrote:I get the feeling that a lot of Eastleigh’s attendances are inflated.
We seemed to be so much in control, even when Eastleigh had decent chances they didn't test Walker.
I think it's good to be finishing matches not worried about dropping the points but just hoping the players got their clean sheet bonuses!
How they have managed to only loose two home games playing like that, agree with Beebot tonight they did look like a team struggling at the wrong end of the table, must of been one of there of nights. But another three points. If I remember rightly didn't DB say at start of season that the players were on pretty low wages but it would be made up with win bonuses and clean sheets, if I was correct in this the squad would of been on a good wage for the past two to three months, good luck to them they deserve it.
Was in control second half and I felt like we was never going to concede.
Season ticket holders not attending?
As for Flanagan and Shields not getting minutes, we can only have 5 on the bench and need to cover all positions as far as possible. In Woods and Hall we had cover for midfield/attacking midfielder-winger respectively, and based on their recent showings I think people would rightly have questioned a decision to leave either of them out of the squad altogether.
Players who’ve been on the fringes will get chances now as the fixture pile-up takes its toll. Fingers crossed they take them.