Clever Rebels hit top form



Slough Town

Slough Town

West (43), Wojtowicz (62)
League Attendance: 353 Matthew Wojtowicz
Halfwits there may be behind the goal (and they only proved it by telling everyone) but on the pitch, Slough looked nothing short of intellectual as they casually trounced Molesey.

In one of their best displays in recent weeks, only a reluctance to finish prevented the Rebels from chalking up four or five goals with some fast and extremely impressive football.

By 15 minutes, it could have, been 3-0, with Clement and Wojtowicz almost finding the net and Catlin firing in a quick shot which Brace only saved with his fool while diving in completely the opposite direction.

Urged on by the vast majority of fully-witted supporters, the ball rarely left the Molesey half, but a dipping kick-in from Clement and a Bushay mis-kick was the closest they came to actually scoring until the stroke half-time, when quick-thinking from Andy Clement - who played a free-kick straight into the path of Lee, charging in on the 'keeper's blind side resulted in another example of opportunism from West, sliding onto Lee's square pass from four yards.

The visitors continued in the same vain after the restart. Stone's free-kick and Sayer's subsequent snapshot both stung Brace's hands, though the result was settled beyond doubt on 62 minutes when Wojtowicz rounded off another solid performance by stabbing the ball into the net following a Stone corner.

Unfortunately events on the pitch are increasingly becoming nowhere near as important as those in the boardroom, and exactly which division Slough will play in 'next season will probably not be settled until the players are sipping cocktails on their Spanish holidays. What is evident is that the team are too good for this league.

Molesey Lineup


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