Ex Canary watch, part 78

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Ex Canary watch, part 78

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Presume MJ put in a word for them but Lucas Kirkpatrick and Jack James have turned up at Braintree and were instrumental in Saturday's win at Hemel. Good to see Lucas rebooting his career.



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Josh Coley, who was on Norwich's books and started this season playing for Dunfermline, has just signed for Stotfold? A bit odd?

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Got injured at Dunfermline early on and his contract with Norwich under-23 was cancelled by mutual consent.

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See Kane Smith scored for Boreham Wood last night, (who are doing alright at the present) a couple of name checks on Sky.
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Trey Charles scored twice for the Waders last night against Lowestoft. A proportion of the 75 people in attendance were duly delighted!

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Michael Johnson has left Braintree and gone up a division to Dagenham & Redbridge

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Saw Liam Brooks play well for a Hendon side that played well for the first half but eventually collapsed 4-1 to top of the league Truro.. one of the few games on today in the southern league south thanks to Hendon's 3G pitch, nice to meet my eccentric father too who had left Treyew Road at 7am to attend

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