What do we think is the best goal we have seen from a Stones player so far this season? Kings strike at Sittingbourne was pure class. Boothy's back heel lob of the keeper from the edge of the box at Needham was certainly up there.
I think the one I will remember most this season was Davisson's strike at Grays in the cup. 25+ yards out he struck it into the roof of the net, still rising as it flew past their keeper. Bloody fantastic, worth the trip alone.
A 3g pitch means this club is not run on plastic, we just play on it.
Great question....agree Stuart Kings against Sittingbourne was pure class, the Booth one as well as Bens against Grays.
So many great goals and so many to choose from, Flish's goal against Salisbury, King's goal against Worthing, even Ade's against Dulwich, not for the quality of the goal but purely for the roar of the Stone's fans.
For me it has to be Mills's strike against Whitehawk, we were up against it, against a very good side and Tom just showed pure class was his long range effort to bring us back into the game when we looked down and out.
Interesting that we have done so well against teams that are doing well in leagues above and around us, yet we are in a race to the line with a team we have taken 4 points off. Slightly unfortunate for us that only one team goes up automatically yet there are two teams so far ahead of the chasing pack.
Maybe MUFCTV could put together a "Goal of the Season" compendium so that we can compare them all and vote for our favourite. As ontheup said, so many great goals to choose from. For me, Flish against Salisbury, Mills against Whitehawk and King against Sittingbourne stand out, but I'm sure there are a few I don't remember.
Draycott's over head 'flick' from a cross. Can't remember who it was against.
Hard to believe but i would have to agree that goal was quality, if i remember rightly it appeared on Soccer AM
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