A changable Sunday afternoon at Craven Cottage gave two Kenna managers the chance to scout some mid-table talent.
PSV Mornington‘s impeccably turned out Miguel Salgado, who looks like Gerard Depardieu on a daytrip to Bruges, was slow and booked (1 point).
The Judean Peoples’ Front manager needs a quiet word about Damien Duff. The left footer spent the first half on the right delivering poor crosses with his weaker foot, and the next 45 at left back (2 points).
The only significant Kenna display came from Just Put Carles striker Zamora finding the net (7 points).
As in most matches outside the top four, it was unsigned forwards who stole the show.
Former Barcelona youth player Ruben Rochina scored an excellent goal that came off the underside of the bar.
Junior Hoillet was busy and exciting on the wing, and almost scored the winner in injury time but for being knocked out cold by Vasco’s Schwarzer.
However, two Premiership debutants Ruiz and Goodwillie looked shaky.
Despite a lone plea from the the Johnny Haynes stand to ‘Release Bryan!’, Ruiz will do well to look on the bright side of life after failing to make any sort of an impact, falling over a lot and getting subbed off at half time.
David Goodwillie may be Scotland’s player of the year, but, well, that says it all really.
Thank you to the Headless Chickens manager for the tickets.
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