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The Opposition View - Hayes & Yeading


Following yesterday's 2-1 win at Hayes & Yeading in the FA Cup, here are some views on the game from a few of their understandably disappointed fans.

The following extracts are taken from'The Botwell Warren.'


The Moog wrote:
'Gutted.'


mattyboy wrote:
'Gutted is definitely the right word, but the players put up a good performance and went out fighting. Well done to them.'


sniffer wrote:
'Wycombe won with virtually the last kick of the game. Sickening. Jamie Hand gave a battling display and could easily have won it in the second half with a little more composure in front of goal. I put the attendance at around 1,600. I went to the 1964 Amateur Cup match against Wycombe when we won 7-0. The attendance then was at least three times that of today. How times change!'


thefilmcritic wrote:
'It was a great cup tie, really enjoyed it apart from the last minute. Well done to the team, I think you played very well and can be proud!'


SuperMario wrote:
'Unlucky Hayes, you probably deserved to win that game. Every single player played their part and you can be proud of yourselves. Yes, defeat is hard to take especially when they score in the 95th minute, but we can take confidence from this game.'


Foxy wrote:
'So good to watch them when they play like that. I was looking forward to a deserved replay.'


McLovin wrote:
'I felt so proud to be a Hayes fan today, the boys gave every ounce of energy and effort. They really appreciated the atmosphere the Red Army generated under the shed. One of the best games I've seen Tom Cadmore have, and Pritchard took his goal very well. All the boys were fantastic, and even though we were robbed at the end, we should take this performance into the rest of the season and start moving up the league.'


Frankie wrote:
'Robbed. But we can be proud of pushing such a good team. Can't name a player who had a bad game! Great atmosphere and we gave them a run for there money.'


Next Game: Wycombe v Bristol Rovers - JPT - 9th Nov - 7.30pm




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Date:Sunday November 7 2010

Time: 12:29AM

 

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