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SATURDAY'S MATCHDAY PROGRAMME

Brian Caffarey - 12th March 2009

We?ve got another very readable matchday programme on Saturday. Some of the highlights are:

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David Taylor reveals his target for safety: ??. if we can take five wins from the final 10 matches, which is the aim, then we can look forward to next season with a clean slate.?

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Phil Gilchrist enthuses about the first half performance against Barrow: ?We got at Barrow right from the kick-off, creating many more chances than we?ve done in recent games. The game should have been ?dead and buried? by half-time but it seems my players like to keep us all biting our nails to the end!?

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Tom Barnardo recalls our trip to North Wales in December.

Pages 12-13

Brian Caffarey picks out the key points from last week?s fans? forum.

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Our Project 3000 guests this Saturday are Knaphill Spartans, the Knowl Hill School and the Lions charity.

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Brian Caffarey profiles new keeper, Danny Knowles (pictured).

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Neil Bennett reaches the 1997 Trophy Final in his amusing and evocative account of the eventful 1996-97 season: ??we were all horrifically spoilt. And, as you tried to find a patch on the KRE a week last Tuesday where the rain wouldn't soak you, and the gallows humour that pervades dissected Liam Marum's novel attempt at curling the ball around the goalkeeper via the bus stop on Kingfield Road, that fact could not have been more pronounced.?

Read on!

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Rachel Formby concludes her delightful ?KC Kat?s motorway adventure?. Goma to the rescue!

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Brian Caffarey previews our Surrey Senior Cup game with Dulwich Hamlet next week

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Matt Cooke brings us up-to-date with appearances and discipline

And, of course, the rest of the programme is packed full with superb photos from David Holmes and all the usual reports and previews.

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