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Port v Caergybi / Holyhead - 23/11/02

A warm welcome to Y Traeth this afternoon, I have been crossing my fingers all week that the weather was not going to cause another postponement, but if you are reading this at 2.3Opm on Saturday afternoon then the weather has not beaten us.

Last Saturday's win at Ruthin was an excellent team performance, each player doing what was asked of him and two substitutes coming off the bench to score the vital goals. It is fair to say that we deserved the points, Gerard McGuigan didn't have a real save to make all game and Harris in the Ruthin goal was much the busier keeper However we face another tough game today. Holyhead Hotspurs got the better of us in both League meetings last term and will be keen to do the same today. We must endeavor to put up another good performance today to take all three points.

These match notes were written prior to Wednesday's game in Baku, but I feel that Mark Hughes and Wales have been badly let down by FIFA regarding their change of heart over the availability of players. It may be a week put aside for friendlies but Wales' match against Azerbaijan is no friendly - it is a vital match in qualification for a major tournament Had it been England or France who were in the same position I doubt if FIFA would have backed down so readily. Let's hope that Wales' depleted squad can get the result and get back home with the three points which would set up the home clash with Azerbaijan. Three more points there in front of a passionate home support would put Wales firmly in the driving seat in the group. Doubtless the position will be much clearer by the time you read this. One person from the club has been in Baku this week, that is Osian Roberts who made the trip to commentate on the game for S4C. It is nice to see that his words of wisdom are not just appreciated here among the players but on a wider stage. He is certainly an important part of the club, his insight and training methods are appreciated by the players and are an important element in our successful run this season.

Finally thanks again for your support at the last home game. I know it seems a long time ago now, but let's hope that we can reproduce that atmosphere this afternoon and that you can cheer the side to another win.


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