Bridport FC Top Table After 4 Games
We are now four games into the season and Bridport FC have managed to go unbeaten in four games topping the league table early on. The opening game against a strong Newton Abbott gave assurance that the team had prepared for the season well and are setup to compete.
The most recent game was home to Teignmouth AFC and it was another strong performance. Teignmouth played a good counter attacking game but it was Bridport that opened the scoring being more clinical with the finishes. The opening goal by Riley Weedon took just three minutes. Then at 32 minutes Riley finished a penalty to end the first half in a positive place. Teignmouth did look dangerous and had a few opportunities to score and would have been disappointed at the break
The second half got underway. Teignmouth were more into the game and either side looked like they could have scored. Bridport’s Kieren Daniels struck the third on 74 minutes.
Teignmouth did not give up and came back with a goal on 81 minutes and then another on 90 minutes. Extra time all of a sudden felt like it would never end. We held out though and the team were pleased to end with another win.
FT 3- 1
This result means we are top of the table this week.
Jordon Scadding was this weeks football focus
Jordan had a great game in goal making some key saves. In the focus this week Jordon said his favourite pop group is Kasabian
Kasabian is a British rock band formed in Leicester, England, in 1997. The band’s members include Tom Meighan (vocals), Sergio Pizzorno (guitar and vocals), Chris Edwards (bass), and Ian Matthews (drums). Kasabian gained prominence in the mid-2000s with their unique blend of indie rock, electronic music, and psychedelic influences.
Their debut album, self-titled “Kasabian,” was released in 2004 and received critical acclaim. It included hit singles like “Club Foot” and “L.S.F. (Lost Souls Forever),” which helped establish the band’s distinctive sound and energetic live performances.
In terms of their link to football, Kasabian has a strong connection to their hometown football club, Leicester City Football Club. The band members are known to be ardent supporters of the club, and their music has been associated with various football-related events. One of the notable instances was during Leicester City’s remarkable Premier League title-winning campaign in the 2015-2016 season. The band’s song “Fire” became an unofficial anthem for the team during their triumphant season.
I wonder what our anthem should be for the team?