November was a good month for both BOBi teams.
The League team sits on top their division albeit on goal difference from Milton Keynes Panthers. We have only conceded two goals in 12 games and have been complimented by many observers on our flamboyant attacking style. In fact we have dominated every game this season and the opposition appear content to try and hold out for a scoreless draw which is frustrating. Although we played six games without our main striker who was on holiday, we need to be more clinical in front of goal.
Meanwhile, our weakened Conference team drop to third place behind Smiles Aylesbury and Barton Rovers, having lost their first two games out of 15.
The BOBi League now takes a winter break until March, which means it runs into June which is totally stupid. We are back to training now as Woking pulled out of our game at Arbour Park this weekend and next week's fixture against Newbury has been postponed due to Slough Town's progress in the FA Cup. Our next fixture is at home against QPR on Sunday 9th December and St. Albans the following week.
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