Good to see old friends

A good evening at Chesham tonight. A good workout, plenty of tasty tackles going in not helped by some dodgy refereeing and a 2-2 draw with Peter Dean scoring his first for the Club (I think it’s his first and hopefully the first of many).

Chesham seem to be on an even keel after some fairly turbulent times in recent seasons. They have great potential, a relatively new Chairman, Charles Manchester who seems to be making a difference to the way the club is run (and who it turns out has a close business relationship with our own Quentin Fox) and on the playing side Andy Leese and Jon Meeks are providing some much needed stability after Luther Blissett’s reign – apparently he used over 80 players last season!

It is always good to chat with Andy (an avid reader of the blog so he tells me). I was sorry things didn’t work out for him during his time with us and wish him all the best for the coming season.

By the way I must apologise to Ben Alexander who I promised to give a lift home to but having said I would be 5-10 minutes kept him waiting for nearer 45! Sorry Ben!


Published by: howiejk

Now no longer with my Wealdstone FC obligations so freed up to enjoy more horse racing. Aiming to blog daily on something that catches my eye, maybe the big race that day, maybe racing news, maybe something else. Please join the conversations

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One thought on “Good to see old friends”

  1. Howard,

    Good to see you all last night.

    A lively encounter which Managers want 10 days before the season starts. It says we are ready for the real action ! Keep on communicating!


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