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Barking Mad, No At Home To Them

1 month ago By Tony Simpson

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After AFC’s five match unbeaten run (four draws and a win) came to an end against Grays last Saturday, they look to get back to winning ways with a home game against Barking.

Mark Morsley’s side have had a match free midweek, the first time for ages, and that has given the coaching staff time to work on various aspects of team play in their two traing sessions.

AFC supporters will get the chance to see the home debut of recent signing Phil Kelly (pictured) as he attempts to get his Sudbury goalscoring tally off the mark.

The visitors who won promotion last season from the Essex Senior League are currently just outside the Bostik North play-off places, in eighth spot. They have played twenty-nine games and obtained forty-two points, AFC are fourteenth with ten points less from the same number of games.

Please come and support your team.

Updated 23:58 - 19 Jan 2018 by Tony Simpson

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