OPPOSITION Q&A – BROMLEY FC by Alex Exadactylos

OPPOSITION Q&A

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Alex talks about his team Bromley FC

TT – Hi Alex so how would you summarise your season so far?

Alex – Great to chat once again. I would say this season has been good on the whole, given the extremely competitive nature of this league. There have been many positive results and some games where we have been unlucky.

How’s your recent form been?

To be honest, we could have performed better in a number of games, but there are plenty more matches this season to really guarantee our position in the play-offs. Due to the standard that we set a couple of months ago in the season, we will of course have high expectations going into every game.

What’s been your highlights?

That away performance at Grimsby. To win late on against ex-Football League opposition was just brilliant, I also particularly enjoyed the last minute victory against Wealdstone at home – a fantastic header from Byron Webster sent Hayes Lane into delirium! You are going to hate me for saying this, but our home victory against Torquay was also great, two incredible goals made all the difference that day.

Who are your key players and why?

Byron Webster has been fantastic this season. He is a player who has so much experience and really helps the team with his defensive instinct and leadership skills. Michael Cheek also, he never stops scoring. A mention must go to Jude Arthurs as well, he has really impressed in midfield and never gives up.

Andy Woodman has been linked to a number of job vacancies – what’s his strengths as a manager?

Andy has been amazing this season, I am delighted that he stayed. Given his experiences as a coach in the higher divisions and working with some fantastic tacticians, he is able to use the skills that he has learned and put them to good use. As well as his tactics, he is passionate and has a good connection with his players.

What tactics does Woodman like to use and what’s the possible line-up for Saturday?

We look to try and hit teams on the counter, with two strikers up front. The possible line up is as follows:

1 Mark Cousins, 4 Billy Bingham, 5 Chris Bush, 6 Omar Sowunmi, 7 Luke Coulson, 8 Jude Arthurs , 9 Michael Cheek, 12 Scott Wagstaff, 17 Byron Webster (C), 18 Corey Whitely, 22 George Alexander

You sit on the cusp of the play-off places, do you fancy your chances of promotion?

I have to be positive! Yes, I really hope we are in the Football League next season.

Will many Bromley supporters make the trip down?

There should be many Bromley fans there, ready to cheer the team on.

Which opposition teams and players have impressed you most this season?

Rúben Rodrigues has been good this season, I would also say Paddy Madden has impressed me, especially when he played against us at Hayes Lane. In terms of teams, Stockport County and Boreham Wood.

And finally, what’s your prediction for the game at Plainmoor?

A tense 1-2 win for Bromley.


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