Hungerford currently have 5 points from 10 National League South games, sit bottom of the table and haven't won a game since August 6th.
They do seem to be able to score though having failed to hit the net only once in all matches.
At the same time they are leaky defensively conceding 3 or more in half of their matches and only keeping one clean sheet. Expect goals!
As happyhammer pointed out James Constable is there this season but he has failed to score for them yet in 8 appearances.
The only thing they have in common with us this season is a visit to Swindon Supermarine where they lost 2-0 in a pre-season friendly, somewhere we recently won of course.
It's probably a game where they will hope to discover winning ways looking at it as a tie against "lower league opposition" but at the same time we are essentially one place below them in the League and being at home it is more than winnable!
Post by Choirboy Dave on Sept 9, 2019 17:44:38 GMT
At least it is at home & we don't have the rollercoaster journey up the A350 the their gaff. 😉 And yes the attendances at Bulpit Lane are now regularly over 100, expat, thanks to the increased away fans in NLS 😝
Yes regards Charlie Austin he was born in Hungerford and then played for them for a season or so a long with 3 or 4 other Berkshire clubs after he left Reading as a youth player and i guess moved down to Dorset with family and the rest is history!!!