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through their mistakes with them, and we won the next game 4-1.”
Asare has his work cut out to match his predecessor Joe Sweeney, who led the side to a best-ever placing of fifth in Division One in his one and only season in charge last time out.
Asare added: “My main aim is to get three of my players through to the first team, but I’m also a competitive guy, and I want a top half finish, perhaps even top six.
“We’ve got pretty much a whole new team in, taking their first steps in senior football, which is a big gradient. But they’re a good bunch and they’re learning with every game we play.”
Chesham are next in action this Saturday when they travel to Langford. In the Premier Division, Holmer Green had no game but they host St Margetsbury this Saturday.
In Division Two, Amersham Town won their first game of the season, Dominick Carty scoring the only goal of the game at The 61FC (Luton). They visit Totternhoe this Saturday before hosting Aston Clinton on Monday.
(Above) Mani Asare (right) with Hicham Benmadani and player Abdul Ally; (left) Owusu-Ahsah Osei and Ally celebrate against Brimsdown; (below left) Ally in action