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Friday, November 28, 2014
Lambe Get's Chances With Care-Taker Boss
Paul Cox’s departure as manager has seen winger Reggie Lambe finally able to burst onto the scene at Mansfield Town this week.

Lambe started only the away game at Stevenage, where he was withdrawn at half-time, until last weekend when caretaker boss Adam Murray changed the 3-5-2 formation to a 4-3-3 with wingers and Lambe has started and impressed in both games this week.

Ahead of tomorrow’s tough game at league title favorites Luton Town, Lambe said: “It’s always sad to see a manager leave. But I didn’t really fit into the last formation. With the new one I have a much better chance and I want to take it and keep doing well for the team.

“It’s been tough on the legs this week, but we are getting all the rest we deserve and trying to be fit for Saturday.

“Every time a manager goes you feel you have to do more to impress. So everyone is very high and on top form.

“The formation is better for the striker as he has support around him. Vadaine Oliver wins every header so I know I can run off him. He is a presence up front and a handful for defenders.

“I am working on finishing so I make better decisions in the final third and score more goals.”

“They are one of the favorites, but we need to come back with three points or at least a point.

“It sounds ideal to play in front of their fans and we need to silence them and play our own game.

“If we can get a win on Saturday we will be flying. We are looking forward to it and that’s what we are here for. Then we can go to Cambridge and get a win or bring them back here and have our own fans behind us.”

Despite his MLS experience in the States, Lambe had never endured anything as tiring as a bus journey to Canvey Island until Tuesday.

“That was a dreadful journey,” he smiled. “But we got our heads on and got the victory, and that’s all that mattered.

“We needed to come away with a win, anything else would have been disappointing. The pitch wasn’t the best and they had the crowd behind them. But we had our fans there so we felt at home as well.”
Thursday, November 27, 2014
Shield Round Up & Friendship Trophy Called Off

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SHIELD

BAA 1 Boulevard Blazers 0


BAA took a 1 – 0 lead into the half time break in their Shield match against the Boulevard Blazers at the BAA Field.

These two teams played some three weeks ago with the Boulevard Blazers emerging winners 6 – 1, but the two teams come into this game on different paths, the Boulevard Blazers suffered their first defeat of the season on Sunday and BAA registered their first win of the season on Sunday.

The lone goal in the first half came in the 12 minute when Morricko Iris found the back of the net. Neither team could find the back of the net in the second half as BAA advanced to the next round of the Shield where they will face St. David’s at the St. John’s Field on December 14th.

FRIENDSHIP TROPHY

PHC Zebras 0 Hamilton Parish 0 – Match Called off lightening and waterlogged pitch


The referee for this Friendship Trophy match between the PHC Zebras and Hamilton Parish has decided to call the match off after it began lightening in the area and the pitch became unplayable due to heavy rain.

Thursday, November 27, 2014
BFA Calling All Who Want To Referee

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Do you have what it takes to be a referee? Are you interested in football? Are you finished playing or just complaining get involved! Do you know the Laws of the Game? Can you blow the whistle? Why not become a referee?

The Bermuda Football Association Referee’s committee will host a session on Saturday, November 29th at the Cedarbridge Academy.

The Session will run from 9am – 4pm.

The BFA Referees’ Committee and the Bermuda Referee Association invite anyone interested in becoming a referee to call the BFA at 295-2199 for further details and sign-up forms.

Do you have what it takes to be a Referee? Call the BFA so that you too can take up the whistle!
Wednesday, November 26, 2014
Registration Open for 2015 Women's Futsal Season

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The Bermuda Futsal Federation announced that the 2015 Women’s Futsal League will start in January, 2015. Games will start at 5 pm (venue to be confirmed) and clubs, youth organizations or other interested persons are invited to register teams.

This represents the fourth year that the Women’s League has been held and registration forms may be collected at the Bermuda Football Association (“BFA”) or via the Bermuda Futsal Federation email: bdafutsal@yahoo.com Registration deadline is 29 December, 2014 and completed registration forms with payment (cheques payable to the Bermuda Futsal Federation) should be submitted to the BFA Office.

A number of new teams have expressed an interest in participating and when combined with previously participating teams, could result in an expanded and more competitive league.

The Bermuda Futsal Federation looks forward to another successful season and invites the public to witness this growing and exciting version of women’s football in Bermuda. The BFF thanks the Bermuda Football Association for its continued support in developing the game of Futsal in Bermuda.

Click Here to see the Full Bermuda Women’s Futsal League 2015 Team Registration Form

Click Here to see the Full Bermuda Women’s Futsal League Rules

Tuesday, November 25, 2014
FA Challenge Cup Local & English Round Ups

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Bermuda FA Challenge Cup Preliminaries

Devonshire Colts 2 Somerset Eagles 3


At the Devonshire Rec., the Devonshire Colts took an early lead against the Somerset Eagles when Eli Smith scored in the 5th minute. The two teams went to the break with the score still 1 – 0, one minute into the second half Kanhai Fray equalized for the Somerset Eagles, two minutes later the Somerset Eagles would take a 2 – 1 lead when Anwar Telford found the back of the net. The Somerset Eagles would go up by 2 goals when Lamar Crofton scored in the 78th minute, Lozendro Symonds would pull the Devonshire Colts within on in the 90th minute, but the Devonshire Colts could not get the equalizer as the Somerset Eagles advanced to the First Round of the Bermuda Football Association’s 2014/15 FA Challenge Cup.

Wolves 2 Paget Lions 0

After a scoreless first half in the second match at the Devonshire Rec., Wolves took the lead against the Paget Lions in the 65th minute when Sergio Richardson converted from the penalty spot. Five minutes later Steven Bremar doubled the Wolves lead as they like the Somerset Eagles in the first game advanced to the First Round of the Bermuda Football Association’s 2014/15 FA Challenge Cup.

English FA Cup First Round

Reggie Lambe


Ollie Palmer's second-half strike proved enough to give Reggie Lambe and his Mansfield Town teammates victory against Concord Rangers and send them into the FA Cup second round.

While we wait to see how long it will take the local media to write what the examiner in Huddersfield has been reporting for two days regarding a decision that the Huddersfield Town manager faces in playing Nahki Wells, Islandstats.com can report that Lambe, for the second game in a row playing the entire game.

Concord dominated the first half and went close after 15 minutes when a hopeful long ball found Lewis Taaffe and he rounded Mansfield goalkeeper Sascha Studer but Liam Marsden cleared off the line.

The Concord Rangers looked threatening going forward and almost scored when Jordan Chiedozie fired a shot which crept over the bar.

Mansfield flew out of the blocks in the second half and within a minute of the restart Palmer found space to fire in a low shot that was well saved by Concord keeper Josh Vickers.

Mansfield ferocious pace continued and just a minute later half-time substitute Fergus Bell's superb control and volley had Vickers beaten but it struck a post.

The League Two side were now in control and opened the scoring on the hour mark when Robert Taylor's low cross found Palmer, who calmly finished to send Mansfield through to meet Cambridge in round two.

Palmer nearly added a second but Vickers, on loan from Arsenal, produced another good stop to deny the striker while Chiedozie shot over the bar in the dying seconds.
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