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The Manager

Sloane FC welcome Broadfields United to Hackney Marshes Centre. A Happy New year to all. Finally we get to play our first game of 2012. Having not played in 4 weeks Sloane are looking to continue their best start to a Premier Division season and today’s game is very important. Broadfields sit one place below Sloane. A win for Sloane would pull the side 7pts ahead with 6pts available for Broadfields in their 2 catch up games. Broadfields v Sloane has always been a close game with Sloane only managing a solitary victory against the Harrow & Wealdstone based side.

New management in charge of their side, their 3rd in as many years I believe. It will be interesting to see how much they have to offer. Losing 5-0 to Willesden Constantine is no fair reflection as they certainly have the ability to score. A goal tally of 13 in the last 5 games shows they are performing well. However conceding 16 in those games suggests they can be beaten.

They had to start the game with 8 men due to 3 players becoming lost and not arriving until 25mins after kick-off. When Sloane became full strength they began to attack and it was a welcome return to the 1st team for Reece Cripcoza who scored his 4th in 11 league games. It wasn’t quite enough though. As Sloane gave away a penalty early in the 2nd half to see them throw away that lead

In Sloane’s last game, way back on 10th December 2011 they travelled to Windsor to play Singh Sabha and were bitterly disappointed with a draw.

Sloane come into this fixture well rested and determined to continue the unbeaten run into 2012. Good luck to both teams. Saturday 14th January


Our History Sloane FC STATS Est: 2007 Kit Colour: White Shirts Navy Shorts Hooped Socks Last Result Singh Sabb 1 Sloane 1 10/11 Position: 11th Homeground: HMC

Sloane FC was established in 2007, and now in their 5th season the club has ambitions for promotion to Step 6 and silverware in the cabinet. Sloane 1sts play in the Middlesex County Football League Premier Division. Sloane Reserves play in the MCFL Senior Reserve Division. In their inaugural season (07/08) Sloane reached the semifinal of the London FA Junior Cup and finished 4th in MCFL Division 1 Central & East. Sloane got promoted in 09/10 to Premier Division and have stayed their ever since. Narrowly surviving on the final day last season. Thanks to the Football Foundation, Sloane introduced a Sunday team for the 10/11 season who did well in their debut season being title contenders up until the final couple of game. Continuing in the 11/12 season they play in the Central London Sunday Super League Premier Division on Sunday Afternoons. Sloane also have a Ladies team this season playing the Greater London Women’s League Div 3 North. The club celebrates it’s 5th Anniversary this season with many more social events and fundraising opportunities. SJS London (Sloane) are the recent winners of the Paddington 6aside Monday night league. Keep up to date with all the news and results at: www.sloanefc.co.uk

Sloane FC vs Broadfields Utd FC


The Opponents Broadfields United STATS Est: 1993 Kit Colour: Navy Shirts, Navy Shorts, Navy Socks Last Result Willes Const Broadfields

5 0

10/11 Position: 5th Homeground: Middlesex Stadium

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4

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8

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8 5

Broadfields folded in 09/10

Recent History 2001/2002 Broadfields ran six teams, 1st and Reserves playing in the Middlesex County Football League, Premier and Division One (Saturday’s). Two teams played in the Harrow Sunday Challenge League and one played in the Hillingdon & District Sunday Football League. This was also the season of Broadfield’s Social Clubs disaster. We burnt to the ground, leaving only the changing/shower facilities. This however did not stop us from playing football, as indeed we did. 2003/2004 Broadfields runs less teams, 1st playing in the Middlesex County Football League, Premier Division, Manager: Marvin Hall, Coach: Mike Jennings, Physiotherapy: Mick Croft. Our Vets team play in the London Commercial League, Division 6 and went through to a cup final. We also had two Sunday teams playing in the Harrow Sunday Challenge League. Chris Webster’s team won the Harrow Sunday Challenge League Cup.

Last 5 Results:

2005/2006 Chris Webster’s team won the Harrow Sunday Challenge League and Jack Walker Cup. 2006/2007 Chris Webster’s team won the Harrow Sunday Challenge League and Benevolent Shield. 2007/2008 Chris Webster’s team were runners up in both the Sunday Premier Cup and Champions Cup. 2008/2009 Chris Webster’s team won the Champions Cup and Jack Walker Challenge Cup. They were runners up in the Premier League. 2009/2010 Dene Gardners (Saturday) team were runners up in the Middlesex Intermediate Cup. Chris Webster’s team won the Middlesex County Premier Cup and Champions Cup. They were runners up in the League and the Premier Cup. 2010/2011 A disappointing season by Broadfields standard. The Sunday team came runners up in the Champions Cup Final, narrowly losing 2-1.

Result

Comp

Opponents

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League

Willes. Constantine

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5

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Prem Cup

Hounslow Wand

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3

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League

Hillingdon

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1

L

ART Cup

Goffs Oak FC

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2

L

Open Cup

W. Lond Saracens

2

5

Saturday 14th January

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Middlesex County Football League Premier Division updated 11.01.12

Today’s fixtures MCFA Intemediate Cup - Qtr Final Willes. Const. v Indian Gym. MCFL Senior Open Cup - Rnd 3 Hillingdon v Sandgate North Kensington v Brentham MCFL Premier Division FC Deportivo Galicia v Springfield Houns Wand v Sp. Hackney Interwood v Southall Kodak (Harrow) v West Essex Singh Sabha Slough v FC Romania Sloane FC vs Broadfields Utd FC

Next fixtures MCFL Senior Open Cup 21/1 vs Pitshanger Dyanmo (A) MCFL Premier Division 28/1 vs Kodak Harrow (H) 04/2 vs Sporting Hackney (A) MCFL Senior Open Cup 11/2 vs Ind Gym or Will Const (A)


Sloane Fixtures/Results 2011/12 season Date

Opponents

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Comp

Score Goalscorers

20th August

Willesden Constantine

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League

0-2

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27th August

Hounslow Wanderers

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D

League

4-4

R.Jarvand, J.Burden, S.Aalit, , S.Lugo

31st August

West Essex

A

L

League

0-2

-

3rd Sept

Indian Gymkhana

A

W League

5-3

N.Biela (2), S.Aalit, R.Crisp, S.Lugo

10th Sept

Southall

H

D

League

2-2

D. Kelly, S. Lugo

17th Sept

Broadfields

A

L

League

1-2

R.Crisp

24th Sept

Hillingdon

H

D

League

2-2

K.Wildrainne, D.Kelly

1st Oct

FC Deportivo Galicia

A

W League

3-1

S.Aalit, J.Burden, R.Crisp

8th Oct

Interwood

A

L

0-4

-

15th Oct

Lancaster Town

A

W Snr Cup

3-1

R.Crisp, S.O’Shea, A.Zagajewski

22nd Oct

Interwood

H

L

1-3

J. Burden

29th Oct

Kodak (Harrow)

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W League

2-0

S.Aalit, N.Biela

5th Nov

Sporting Hackney

H

L

League

2-3

S.Aalit, N.Biela

12th Nov

Springfield

H

D

League

0-0

19th Nov

Hounslow Wanderers

A

W League

3-0

S.Aalit, OG, John Sheppard

26th Nov

Barkingside Reserves

H

L

1-2

J.Burden

3rd December

FC Romania

H

W League

3-1

N.Biela, S.Aalit, T.Gajkowski

10th December Singh Sabbha Slough

A

D

League

1-1

R.Crisp

17th December West Essex

H

-

League

P-P

Game postponed

League Prm Cup

LFA Cup

Sloane Round-Up Reserves & Sundays Reserves 1-3 loss A loss before Christmas to top side Sandgate was a disappointing result according to captain Dave Smith.Dave felt that with a full strength squad they could have got something from the game. With only 1 defender and 1 sub the team was as makeshift as it could have been.

Sundays 3-4 loss Sundays jumped to top of the league but had to play Recreatvio FC at their place. Sloane went into a game without a goalie and debut for Danny Gajkowski between the sticks he was certainly thrown in at the deepend. 0-3 down Sloane came from behind to make it 2-3, before it ended 3-4.

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Saturday 14th January


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Sloane FC

Broadfields Utd

White Shirts/Navy Shorts/ Navy& White Hooped Socks

Navy Shirts, Navy Shorts and Navy socks

Manager: Steve Pigott

Manager: Ryan Duffy Assistant Manager: Chris Webster #

Albert MCcausland Tom Pugh Tom Gajkowski Samir Aalit James Burden Nick Biela James Hall Kevin WIldrainne Alistair Mcintyre Steve pigott Reece Crisp (c) Darragh Moran John Sheppard Anthony Williams

James Rutniewski Tony Webster David Parry Tim Nye (c) Ryan Duffy Simeon Fearon Jack Sikora Ricky Dash Marcus Fearon Aidan Callanan Eoin Casey Craig Nicholson David Webster Kyle Watson Barrett Ishmalji Ryan Henry Lux Jegatheeswaran Chris Hibbs Billy Patterson Jamie Moon

PROUD TO SPONSOR SLOANE FC

This weeks officials:

Ref: J.Noblemann Asst1: C.Fernandes Asst2: M.Lee

Ko: 2pm Date: 14/01/12 Venue: Hackney Marshes, London E2 5PF


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