Business well done
Saints boss dodges barbecue to secure transfers
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“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