Some notes on Spurs loanees George Marsh and Shilow Tracey’s performances in the Leyton Orient v Macclesfield Town game:

Some notes on Spurs loanees George Marsh and Shilow Tracey’s performances in the Leyton Orient v Macclesfield Town game:

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On Saturday afternoon Tottenham Hotspur loanees George Marsh and Shilow Tracey went head to head for their respective teams in a league two game at The Breyer Group Stadium. Shilow Tracey completed 59 minutes of the game for Macclesfield Town on his debut, while George Marsh completed the whole game for Leyton Orient. In the following piece I shall be jotting down some notes and key points on both players performances (they both didn’t look out of place at this level). The game finished 1-1.

George Marsh: Operating at right back for this game Marsh had a very solid game on the whole, and he remained tenacious throughout the match. The 21 year olds first involvement in the game was to stop Frenchman Arthur Gnahoua from progressing down the left flank. Marsh dispossessed Gnahoua and Leyton Orient broke forward and came close to taking the lead. Marsh was given license to get forward during the early stages of the game although he often opted to stay deep. Marsh stayed close to Spurs teammate Shilow Tracey after the Spurs winger had switched flanks. Marsh then did well to win the ball off of Tracey on the edge of the Leyton Orient box before he made another good challenge on Tracey around ten minutes later to stop another Macclesfield attack. In the second half Marsh blocked substitute Theo Archibald’s cross, before he pumped a late free kick into the box which was cleared away by a Macclesfield defender. The Kent born player did well out of position in this match, and he didn’t allow Arthur Gnahoua to have much joy down his side of the pitch.

Shilow Tracey: The 21 year old winger made his Macclesfield Town debut as he started the game out on the right wing. After some good early tracking back, Tracey’s first involvement in the game occurred around the ten minute mark. After receiving defender Fraser Horsfall’s pass out on the right wing, Tracey pondered before attempting to cross the ball into the Leyton Orient penalty area however, it was blocked by James Brophy. Around five minutes later Connor Kirby passed the ball to Tracey out wide, he then managed to find Arthur Gnahoua with a fine cross however, Gnahoua tried to chest the ball down and it ended up going behind for a goal kick (Tracey switched flanks with Gnahoua shortly after). After receiving Connor Kirby’s pass out on the left flank, Tracey whipped the ball into the Leyton Orient box however it was cleared away by Daniel Happe before George Marsh managed to dispossess Tracey on the edge of the box as the game continued to be an end to end one. Tracey pressed the Leyton Orient defenders well. After playing a clever one two with Harry Hamblin down the left flank, Tracey passed the ball to David Fitzpatrick whose cross was cleared away. Tracey was back on the right wing for the beginning of the second half. After receiving Connor Kirby’s pass down the right flank Tracey crossed the ball for Arthur Gnahoua who shot just wide of the Leyton Orient goal. A couple of minutes later the Spurs loanee latched onto goalkeeper Jonathan Mitchell’s goal kick before doing well to hold off James Brophy, before flicking the ball back to Daniel Whitehead who shot wide.

Tracey was definitely more involved in the second half and he was battling better for the ball. However, after making a good challenge on Jordan Maguire-Drew, Tracey inured himself and unfortunately he couldn’t continue. This was however, a good inventive performance from the winger who will hopefully return to action very soon for Macclesfield.

Some notes on Spurs loanee Brandon Austin’s performance against Silkeborg IF:

Some notes on Spurs loanee Brandon Austin’s performance against Silkeborg IF:

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On Friday afternoon Spurs loanee Brandon Austin was in action for Danish side Viborg FF. Viborg took on fellow Danish side Silkeborg IF in a friendly (former Spurs man Filip Lesniak was in action for Silkeborg) at the JYSK Park. Austin completed the first half of the game which finished 2-0 to Viborg. During the early stages of the game Austin could be seen barking out instructions and orders to his teammates as Viborg played out from the back, he was also pointing things out to them on the pitch. After impressing early on with his short distribution, Austin’s first real involvement in the game was to save a tame effort from one of the Silkeborg midfielders (apologies I couldn’t tell most of the numbers on the back of the Silkeborg players shirts) who shot from the edge of the Viborg penalty area. A couple of minutes later Austin managed to get the faintest of touches on Svenn Crone’s whipped cross to tip it away from a Silkeborg forward who was lurking at his back post. Austin’s next involvement came after Sven Crone’s cross was met by a Silkeborg player in the Viborg box however, his headed effort was comfortably saved by the composed 21 year old goalkeeper. Austin then did well to get low down to tip Mads Emil Madsen’s effort from 20 yards out behind for a corner kick. 

Austin then managed to punch away a corner kick before a Silkeborg player tried rather ambitiously to beat the Viborg goalkeeper with an effort from inside his own half however, Austin had it covered. The Spurs loanee was then on hand to push away a Silkeborg players powerful effort from range, it was a decent stop. Austin gathered Kees Luijckx’s cross comfortably before then making his fifth and final save of the game, and it was the pick of the bunch. After latching onto a pass on the edge of the Viborg penalty area a Silkeborg player tried to beat Austin with a powerful low effort however, the young goalkeeper managed to collapse his body well to make a great save and push the ball behind for a corner kick. This was a good performance from Austin, Viborg’s league season resumes on the 28th of this month when they play Hvidodre, hopefully there will also be a stream for that game.

An ode to the great Danny Blanchflower – My Spurs hero (with a foreword from Eddie Clayton):

An ode to the great Danny Blanchflower – My Spurs hero (with a foreword from Eddie Clayton): 

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Eddie Clayton: “ Danny was a very professional footballer and when he played he was very attack minded. He played with a smile on his face although he was still very serious about his football, but with Danny it was all about attacking football, he never thought about defending and that’s why he clashed with Bill Nicholson who was very defensive minded. Whereas Danny was attacking minded, he used to say look if they score one then we’ll score two, if they score two then we’ll score three and so on, and that’s how he was. That was Danny’s way of playing football, he was happy if we won 10-9! As a player Danny was very skilful and he was very good on the ball. He was also a good passer of the ball and even though he wasn’t very quick, his positioning and his reading of the game was very good. He was a good captain who was friendly, and he loved a bit of a laugh. However, he was still a serious guy and I would call him a true professional. ”

For many Spurs fans Danny Blanchflower remains one of the greatest and most influential ever players to pull on the famous Lilywhite shirt of Tottenham Hotspur. With his exceptional vision and incisive passing ability, the Belfast born right half was the on the field brains behind Spurs‘ double winning success of the 1960/61 season. The on the field manager as he has been described by former teammates, had a profound impact on the history of our great club throughout its most successful period. Blanchflower was a visionary, a man light years ahead of his time. He was also a hero to so many Spurs supporters including myself, even though he was long, long before my time. Robert Dennis Blanchflower was born in East Belfast on the 10th of February 1926, Blanchflower would later attend Ravenscroft public elementary school and then the Belfast College of Technology. Having started out with Northern Irish side Glentoran, Blanchflower earned himself a move to English team Barnsley who paid £6,000 for him to join them in 1949. After a spell in Yorkshire, the Ulsterman then moved to Aston Villa before transferring in 1954 to Tottenham Hotspur a club whose name he had liked the sound of since he was a young boy. Blanchflower would spend ten years at the Lilywhites and while he did clash with Jimmy Anderson during the former Spurs managers reign at the club in the 1950’s. Danny’s time at Spurs was overwhelmingly positive and along with manager Bill Nicholson and that great team that we had during the early 1960’s he helped to shape the history of Spurs.

Captaining them to winning the double in the 1960/61 season, the versatile and adaptable Belfast man also helped Spurs to win a further FA Cup, and also the European Cup Winners Cup in 1963 before he went abroad to play for the likes of Toronto City, Boksburg and Durban City. After retiring from playing the beautiful game, Blanchflower turned his hand to management, taking charge of Chelsea and Northern Ireland (had Bill Nicholson have had his way then Danny would have replaced him as Spurs manager in 1974). He would later become a hugely respected football journalist where he wrote about the game for the Sunday Express. In this piece I am not going through Danny’s illustrious career with Spurs and Northern Ireland but instead focusing on his legacy and his impact on Tottenham Hotspur FC and on a generation of Irish supporters. Danny passed away almost 27 years ago however, his name and his many eloquent quotes are still commonly repeated by Spurs fans and followers of the club to this day. For me ever since I was a very young boy the name Danny Blanchflower has always been relatable with glory and triumph, the very best of Spurs. Being of Northern Irish heritage were it not for Blanchflower then my father and I and many others in Ireland would not have not have supported Spurs. In fact Blanchflower’s legacy has helped to make Spurs huge in Northern Ireland (still not rivalling Liverpool and Manchester United mind you!).

Since I was a young boy I have read extensively on that famous double winning team of 1960/61, and watched all of the available footage, and I have always been fascinated by their captain fantastic. Blanchflower as a player and as a captain was a great all rounder. A maverick in his thinking, Danny Blanchflower had the ability to galvanise his teammates. However, as a player he could tackle, make an incisive pass, shoot and track back. He was a stylish player who loved to attack. He also believed that the game should be played with panache, and that it was about glory. Some saw Danny as a professor, others as a visionary however, no one, absolutely no one can argue his impact on our great club. He was in many ways the on the field manager of that double winning side. Possessing a remarkable footballing brain he had the ability to change a game. My hero and our captain, Blanchflower was a fascinating character and I am truly grateful for all that he did for Spurs. I have been very lucky to have gotten the opportunity to research Blanchflower’s footballing career over the last couple of years. I am also truly grateful to all of his former teammates who have shared their memories of Danny with me over the past couple of years. Blanchflower was an inspiration to many including myself however, from extensively reading old match reports and watching old footage I have been able to get a little taste of what a wonderfully unique footballer Danny was. 

A highly influential individual who captained Spurs’ first team on 265 occasions, Blanchflower with his speed of thought and great ambition helped to make history in English football. All fans dream of their respective club having a charismatic and truly great captain who isn’t afraid to speak his mind, Danny was exactly that. Had the Irishman had been able to manage Spurs after Bill Nicholson’s tenure had ended in 1974, then who knows we may well have done the double again with Danny’s unique style of management. A man who loved books and was very much an intellectual, as former Spurs scout Ronnie Clayton recalled to me a recent interview, Blanchflower also famously refused to appear on the well known television programme “ This is your life ” in 1961, he was very much his own man. Spurs and Ireland have such a rich history however, Blanchflower is undoubtedly the most influential Irishman to play for Spurs and arguably their most influential captain. His great legacy lives on and will continue to live on, and Blanchflower makes me extremely proud to be a Spurs supporter. Thank you Danny for all that you did for Spurs!

Some notes on our under 23’s 2-1 defeat to Brighton & Hove Albion:

Some notes on our under 23’s 2-1 defeat to Brighton & Hove Albion: 

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Our under 23’s returned to PL2 action on Monday night after a three week break, as Wayne Burnett’s side hosted Brighton & Hove Albion at the Lamex Stadium (I will return to writing full in-depth match reports for our next game). Spurs lined up in a 4-2-3-1 formation as Josh Oluwayemi started in goal. A back four consisting of Jubril Okedina, Malachi Fagan-Walcott, Brooklyn Lyons-Foster and Dennis Cirkin lined up in front of him. Harvey White and Tariq Hinds partnered up in central midfield while Rayan Clarke and Dilan Markanday operated out on the flanks, either side of CAM Phoenix Patterson. Summer signing Kion Etete led the line for Spurs. Monday’s game was an end to end one during the first half. The visitors took the lead in the seventh minute of the game after Peter Gwargis tapped home Ryan Longman’s cross, after the Brighton winger had broke forward down the right flank. Spurs then equalised through defender Malachi Fagan-Walcott who powerfully headed home Harvey White’s corner kick on 17 minutes. Chances came and went for both sides during the first half, while goalkeeper Josh Oluwayemi made an important save to deny Jack Spong from regaining the lead for Brighton.

Brighton started the second half well and Warren O’Hora netted what was the winner less than a minute into the half. O’Hora connected with Ted Jenks’ corner to head Brighton back into the lead. This was a disappointing defeat for Spurs who did manage to play some good football during periods of the game, but they didn’t play the game at the same pace as the ‘ Seagulls ’ who were marginally better than us on the night.

Player reviews: 

  • Josh Oluwayemi: The 18 year old shot stopper made two excellent saves on Monday night. His finger tip reflex save to deny Jack Spong’s powerful effort really was first class.
  • Jubril Okedina: The right back stayed deep and defended well down his side of the pitch.
  • Malachi Fagan-Walcott: The RCB scored a good headed goal during the first half and he also defended well for Spurs, and was good in the air.
  • Brooklyn Lyons-Foster: My man of the match, see below.
  • Dennis Cirkin: The 17 year old left back did get beaten for pace by Brighton’s Ryan Longman on a couple of occasions last night. However, he recovered well and he won the battle between the two players. Cirkin went on some slaloming forward runs.
  • Harvey White: The LCM helped to keep things ticking in the middle of the park.
  • Tariq Hinds: Operating in central midfield for this fixture, Hinds had a strong first half where he was alert and made some good interceptions.
  • Rayan Clarke: The right winger went on some good forward runs during the first half.
  • Phoenix Patterson: The CAM who later drifted out onto the left flank, was energetic and he made some intelligent runs.
  • Dilan Markanday: The left winger had a strong first half when he went on some strong forward runs.
  • Kion Etete: Despite not getting great service on the night, Etete worked hard and he made himself a handful for the Brighton defenders. Etete also held the ball up well. 
  • Jeremie Mukendi: The second half substitute pressed well during his time on the pitch, he also had a shot blocked by a Brighton defender. It was great to see him back in action again after being out injured for over a year with a knee injury.

My man of the match: Brooklyn Lyons-Foster. Alert, composed and decisive in his all round play, the LCB was in my opinion our under 23’s best player on Monday night. I thought that Lyons-Foster really grew into the game and he got stronger as it progressed. The 19 year old worked hard to make sure that he got himself into good defensive positions, and he also made some delightful and positive long forward passes. The tall centre half also took one for the team in the second half when he needed to, and he also made several more  intelligent decisions to prevent the ‘ Seagulls ’ from winning by more. Lyons-Foster was also good in the air.

Spurs: Oluwayemi, Okedina, Cirkin, Hinds, Fagan-Walcott, Lyons-Foster, R Clarke (Mukendi 72), White (c), Etete, Patterson, Markanday. Substitutes (not used): De Bie, Statham, Skinner, Muir.

Brighton & Hove Albion: Keto, Davies, Cochrane (c), Crofts, O’Hora, Roberts, Yapi (Leahy 90+1), Jenks, Longman (Cashman 61), Spong, Gwargis. Substitutes (not used): Desbois, Freestone, Packham.

Goals: Spurs – Fagan-Walcott 17; Brighton – Gwargis 7, O’Hora 46.

Yellow cards: Spurs – Cirkin 48, Lyons-Foster 61.

Referee: Elliott Swallow.

Venue: Lamex Stadium, Stevenage.

Attendance: 470.

Spurs under 23’s statistics: 

Goals: Armando Shashoua – 5

Harvey White – 3

Rodel Richards – 3

Jamie Bowden – 3

Troy Parrott – 2

Kazaiah Sterling – 2

Tashan Oakley-Boothe – 2

Dilan Markanday – 2

Shilow Tracey – 1

Paris Maghoma – 1

Phoenix Patterson – 1

Elliot Thorpe – 1

Luis Binks – 1

Malachi Fagan-Walcott – 1

Assists: Shilow Tracey – 5

Dilan Markanday – 4

Tashan Oakley-Boothe – 3

Armando Shashoua – 3

Rodel Richards – 2

Tariq Hinds – 2

Harvey White – 2

Jamie Bowden – 1

Paris Maghoma – 1

Kazaiah Sterling – 1

TJ Eyoma – 1

Maurizio Pochettino – 1

Clean sheets: Brandon Austin – 1

Josh Oluwayemi – 1

Spurs under 23’s versus Brighton & Hove Albion: (match preview)

Spurs under 23’s versus Brighton & Hove Albion: (match preview)

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Our under 23’s return to PL2 action this evening when they host Brighton & Hove Albion at the Lamex Stadium (kick off is at 7pm). This is Wayne Burnett’s sides first competitive game in three weeks and it is one which they will be looking forward to. Our development side loaned out and sold a number of players during the January transfer window, so tonight’s squad will look a fair bit different to the one which lined up against Derby County in our last PL2 outing. Spurs are currently situated in ninth place in the division one table, four points behind this evenings opponents Brighton. The ‘ Seagulls ’ who have been good on the road this season, have a number of talented players. Players who helped to defeat Spurs 4-1 in the reverse fixture at the Amex Stadium back in September. Physical Serbian centre forward Bojan Radulovic was one player who caused Spurs problems on that night. Other Brighton players to look out for tonight are forwards Danny Cashman and Lorent Tolaj, winger and captain Alexander Cochrane and Irish centre half Warren O’Hora. This will be a tough game for Spurs who will likely have to promote a number of players from their under 18 side for this fixture however, I am looking forward to seeing how we line up. It is worth noting that Brighton like to play an attacking style of football so our defence will have to be on form if they are to prevent the ‘ Seagulls ’ from scoring. I would like to wish the lads all the very best of luck for today’s game.

My predicted lineup: (4-2-3-1) Oluwayemi, Hinds, Fagan-Walcott, Binks (c), Cirkin, White, Lyons-Foster, Markanday, Thorpe, Richards, Etete.

Subs from: De Bie, Okedina, Clarke, Patterson, Mukendi.

Injured/unavailable: Jamie Bowden.

Doubtful: N/A.

Previous meeting: Spurs 1-4.

My score prediction: Spurs 

My one to watch: The ‘ Seagulls ’ physical centre forward Bojan Radulovic, who has scored four goals in the PL2 so far this season.

Some notes on our under 18’s 1-1 draw with Norwich City:

Some notes on our under 18’s 1-1 draw with Norwich City:

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Our under 18’s traveled up to County Norfolk on Saturday to face Norwich City in the Premier League South (apologies I left my notebook at home for this game!). The game, which was played at the ‘ Canaries ’ Colney training centre was a difficult one for Matt Taylor’s side owing to the extremely blustery conditions. However, it was a fairly close game and after a quiet first half in which Spurs struggled to test the Norwich goalkeeper, Spurs grew into the game more in the second half. J’Neil Bennett scored a fine goal in the 88th minute of the game and that appeared to be the winner. However, deep in second half stoppage time the ‘ Canaries ’ managed to find an equaliser, right at the death. It was a frustrating draw and late goal for Spurs to concede, yet in all truth it was probably the fair result. Spurs lined up with Kacper Kurylowicz in goal, while a back four made up of Kallum Cesay, captain Marqes Muir, Aaron Skinner and Jeremy Kyezu lined up in front of him. Max Robson and Nile John teamed up in central midfield, while Romaine Mundle and J’Neil Bennett operated out on the flanks, either side of CAM Rafferty Pedder. First year scholar Tarrelle Whittaker led the line for Spurs. Spurs got the game underway and early on in the contest Tarrelle Whittaker had a shot saved by Sam Blair. Marqes Muir did well to block behind Thomas Dickson-Peters effort on goal at the other end of the pitch before Max Robson was forced off through injury, Matthew Craig replaced him in central midfield.

The game was a fairly even one although the home side did look that little bit more threatening on the ball and they also saw more of it. Tarrelle Whittaker had a shot blocked by Jaden Warner inside the Norwich box from a corner kick, in what was a rare Spurs chance. Just before halftime and after Nile John had conceded a free kick on the edge of the Spurs box, Thomas Dickson Peters’ whipped effort was tipped over his crossbar well by the alert Kacper Kurylowicz, in what was the final piece of action of the half. The second half (Carrington came onto replace the injured Mundle) was once again, a closely fought contest. Marqes Muir did well to put off Tyrese Omoteye who shot wide from inside the Spurs box. Before Aaron Skinner went into the book after making a late challenge on Zachary Dronfield. A quiet spell in the game followed before J’Neil Bennett latched onto the ball in the middle of the park before bursting forward, catching Norwich on the break. Bennett surged all the way into the Norwich box before smashing the ball against Sam Blair’s right hand post. Marqes Muir then blocked Josh Giurgi’s effort at the other end before Yago Santiago came onto replace Rafferty Pedder in the number ten position. Reece McAlear thumped an effort from distance onto Kurylowicz’s right hand post before Spurs manage to find the breakthrough in the 88th minute of time. After receiving Eddie Carrington’s pass down the left side of the Norwich box, Bennett pondered before skilfully working the ball onto his right foot and whipping an effort into the bottom right hand corner of Sam Blair’s goal, 1-0. 

Norwich however, responded through Zachary Dronfield (he wasn’t picked up) who volleyed home Tony Springett’s free kick in stoppage time, 1-1. Spurs did manage to create two late chances which should have finished the game off. After going on a surging run down the left flank J’Neil Bennett drilled a low effort against the bottom of Sam Blair’s right hand post. Tarrelle Whittaker then managed to latch onto Aaron Skinner’s fine pass which set him through on goal. Blair came rushing out of his goal and Whittaker’s powerful effort was straight at the Norwich goalkeeper who saved it. The referee Jordan Marin blew his whistle for full time a couple of moments later.

Player reviews:

  • Kacper Kurylowicz: The Spurs goalkeeper made two saves on the day, one a very good one to deny Thomas Dickson-Peters’ free kick from finding the back of the net. Kurylowicz organised the defence really well and he made sure that they kept alert at all times.
  • Kallum Cesay: This was a steady defensive performance from Cesay, who stayed deep for the most part of the game.
  • Marqes Muir: My man of the match, see below. 
  • Aaron Skinner: Playing back at LCB today after a couple of excellent performances in central midfield, Skinner formed a strong partnership alongside Marqes Muir. Skinner kept good positioning and he made some good blocks, clearances and interceptions. 
  • Jeremy Kyezu: The left back made his first competitive start for our under 18’s of the season on Saturday. Kyezu made one important interception in the first half, and he was generally solid all game.
  • Nile John: Playing as a four, John stayed deep and helped out the back four.
  • Max Robson: The midfielder took players on during his short time on the pitch before he went off injured early on in the game.
  • Romaine Mundle: The right winger kept the ball well out on the right flank although I felt that he was a little isolated at times due to Spurs not playing with great width. 
  • Rafferty Pedder: Affected by the strong winds, attacking midfielder Rafferty Pedder couldn’t play the way he wanted to and was therefore unable to make his usual impact on the game. Pedder worked extremely hard and he covered a lot of ground. The 17 year old would also drop deep a lot, to try and link the play. Pedder was replaced by Yago Santiago during the second half.
  • J’Neil Bennett: Although Bennett may not have enjoyed great success down the left flank against strong Norwich fullback Harry Pitcher, he was Spurs’ most dangerous player on the day. Bennett hit the post twice and he also scored a finely taken goal. 
  • Tarrelle Whittaker: The first year scholar made some clever darting runs and he worked hard up top, and was unlucky not to score a late goal for Spurs.
  • Matthew Craig: The 16 year old slotted in well to central midfield after coming onto replace the injured Max Robson, and he was constantly looking to make that forward pass.
  • Eddie Carrington: The speedy right winger had a good touch about him and he made some intelligent runs down the right flank. Carrington also did well to assist J’Neil Bennett for his goal.
  • Yago Santiago: The second half substitute came onto replace Rafferty Pedder in the CAM role.

My man of the match: RCB Marqes Muir dealt really well with Norwich centre forward Tyrese Omoteye and he put in a very good defensive performance. The Spurs captain made countless blocks, interceptions and clearances and he was very strong on the ball (his passing was also good). The Lambeth born defender hardly put a foot wrong on the day and he put in a very intelligent performance for Matt Taylor’s side.

Spurs: Kurylowicz, Cesay, Kyezu, John, Muir (c), Skinner, Mundle (Carrington 46), Robson (Matthew Craig 22), Whittaker, Pedder (Santiago 70), Bennett. Substitute (not used): Lo-Tutala.

Spurs under 18’s statistics 2019/20:

Goals: 

Tarrelle Whittaker – 7

J’Neil Bennett – 6

Max Robson – 5

Kion Etete –  5

Chay Cooper – 4

Enock Asante – 3

Harvey White – 3

Kallum Cesay – 2

Rafferty Pedder – 2

Troy Parrott – 2

Dennis Cirkin – 2

Dane Scarlett – 1

Romaine Mundle – 1

Nile John – 1

Assists:

Max Robson – 5

Chay Cooper – 5

J’Neil Bennett – 5

Tarrelle Whittaker – 3

Dermi Lusala –  3

Romaine Mundle – 3

Kion Etete – 3

Troy Parrott – 2

Rafferty Pedder – 2

Dennis Cirkin – 2

Harvey White – 2

Enock Asante – 2

Eddie Carrington – 2

Luis Binks – 1

Michael Craig – 1

Kallum Cesay – 1

Marqes Muir –  1

Yago Santiago – 1

Jordan Hackett – 1

Aaron Skinner – 1

Clean sheets: 

Kacper Kurylowicz – 4

Josh Oluwayemi – 1