Busi­ness well done

Saints boss dodges bar­be­cue to se­cure trans­fers

Buckinghamshire Advertiser - - SPORT - By Tim Street tim.street@trin­i­tymir­ror.com

can­not dual register be­tween clubs in the same league. But if all goes well, we can roll it over.

“Both just want to play football. Ge­orge was a reg­u­lar at Che­sham last sea­son but has got in­creased com­pe­ti­tion this sea­son. He has been un­lucky that they have got four good cen­tre backs there now, so he would strug­gle to get a game.

“He talks well and does the ba­sic things well. He wants to get in­volved and stay fit. We now have a very good back four, but Mon­dayy was the first time they have all played to­gether, so theyy will take time to get t set­tled.

“Eman has come e here to learn hiss trade trade. We have a lot of cen­tre for­wards with pace, and he will give us com­pe­ti­tion up top and in the wide ar­eas.

“I’ve got a good

re­la­tion­ship with (Che­sham boss) Andy Leese. We spoke a lot over the sum­mer, and we both have sim­i­lar ideas of how the game should be played.”

Ed­wards was also pleased with the way in which his side put the FA Cup de­ba­cle beh be­hind them to see off Ware 48 hours late later, thanks to goals from Adam Louth, Aar Aaron Lan­siquot and Vi Vic­tor Osubu.

He added: “Bi “Big­gleswade were goo good value for their win win. It was em em­bar­rass­ing, but it wa wasn’t dis­re­spect­ful. Ye Yes, we only have fiv five of the same sta starters against W Ware, but we picked a team on Satur­day th that we thought co could do a job. How­ever, it was a re re­ally good re­sponse from t the boys to turn it around so quickly.”

Chal­font, for whom John Sonuga, Tony Mendy and Lewis Ochoa net­ted on Satur­day, visit Ayles­bury United on Satur­day.


John Sonuga leaps to score for Chal­font St Peter against Big­gleswade United; (left) de­fender Ge­orge Fenton has signed up


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