Will Imps Or Lambs Win 4-0 this time you ask?
Mansfield centre back John Dempster (loan) and former Blackburn Rovers striker Jemal Johnson (non-contract terms) have been added to a squad that saw 16 ins and 9 outs in the summer. Marcus Law has also seen an early dividend from Adam Cunnington who has bagged 7 goals since his own summer move from Dagenham & Redbridge. Oliver and Larkin are also in form ahead of a fixture that saw 4-0 home wins in both encounters last season. In a twist of the Mint sauce jar, the talented Lambs have seen home form let them down, yet they are the BSP’s best travelled side, having won 2-0 at Gateshead last time out.
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Lambs League Legacy
|Tamworth||1||The Last 5’s|
|Southport||0||Last 5 Home||4||1||1||2||4||6||-2||4||18|
|Tamworth||3||Last 5 Away||5||3||0||2||9||6||3||9||1|
|Tamworth||2||Monthly Form Summary|
Marcus Law rung the changes during the summer and reseeded the New Lawn with 16 out and 9 in: 2 Strikers Tommy Wright from (Forest Green Rovers), Adam Cunnington from (Dagenham); 5 Midfielders, Lee Hendrie (Redditch & ex Aston Villa), Jamie Smith (Burton), Peter Till (Fleetwood), Marcus Kelly (Kettering), Lloyd Kerry (Hinckley United); Defender Tom Marshall from (Kidderminster); plus two new Keepers, Tony Breedon from (Kidderminster), James Wren (Burton).
|IN- Midfielder Lloyd Kerry from Hinckley United|
|IN- Keeper James Wren from Burton|
|IN- Midfielder Peter Till from Fleetwood|
|IN- Midfielder Marcus Kelly from Kettering,|
|IN- Striker Adam Cunnington from Dagenham,|
|IN- Striker Tommy Wright from Forest Green Rovers|
|IN- Midfielder Lee Hendrie from Redditch.|
|OUT- Paul Green to Forest Green Rovers|
|IN- Midfielder Jamie Smith from Burton.|
|IN- Keeper Tony Breedon from Kidderminster.|
|IN- Defender Tom Marshall from Kidderminster.|
|Out Jonathan Hedge to Cambridge United|
|Highest Home Gate||1433||Wrexham|
|Lowest home gate||892||Barrow|
|Average Home Gate||1215|
|Total Turnstile Clicks||4860|
Heroes & Villains
|Wright||2||Cunnington & Gudger||1|
|Collins & Till||1||Liabo & Dempster||1|
|Oji & Marshall||1||Marshall||1|
|Oji & Barrow & Breedon||2|
|Cunnington & Gudger||1|
|Baldock & Tait||1|
|Marshall & Wright||1|
Keeper corner – Tony Breedon
Tony is a good solid keeper who has kept clean sheets against Gateshead, Mansfield, Stockport and Southport. Good communicator and brave, decent aerial command of his area and a great shot stopper. We could pressure him with crosses and he may just spill one or two.
|Games||Sub||Conceded||Saves||Mins Played||Clean sheets||Mins per goal||Yc’s||Rc’s|
The Lambs Squad
1 James Wren, 13 Tony Breedon,
2 Richard Tait (Captain), 5 Jordy Ivey-Ward 6 Tom Marshall
15 Duane Courtney 19 Scott Barrow, 24 Graham Law 25 Scott Meer 26 Jamie Smith, 29 Michael Girvan 30 Sam Oji, 33 John Dempster (loan from Stags)
3 Marcus Kelly, 8 Lee Hendrie, 18 Peter Till, 11 Lloyd Kerry, 16 Luke Bottomer 17 Connor Gudger 20 Jan Llado
7 Adam Cunnington, 9 Tommy Wright, 10 JP Marna,
14 Kyle Patterson, 34 Jemal Johnson
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