Reached season-goal.


Senior Team

a-bot-team edged closer to the finish line with another thumping win this afternoon, this time an 8-0 drubbing of HF EVO CITY in Essex. The players have made a habit of scoring hat-tricks this season, however center-forward Luka Burns went one better, hitting four of the goals, with Scott Hardiman, Goatsemodime Magolego, Eusébio Passos and Simon Oberauer getting the others.

27-11-2016
League HF EVO CITY – a-bot-team 0-8

When asked at the post-match press conference, Warren said, “We’ve reached our goal for this season”. He continued, “After promotion to division V. our aim, for the first season in the higher division, was to stay in that league”.

Commenting on his side’s performance this evening.
“We absolutely dominated the game from the first whistle to the last, and I think we were perhaps unfortunate to not win by a greater margin”.

He continued, “Luka was outstanding today. He’s got seventeen goals to his name already, a terrific strike-rate, and it wouldn’t surprise me if wins the top scorer medal for the second season running”.

abt´s goals have been coming from all sections of the team, showing that this seasons scoring-training has paid off.

The edge was taken off the win however by Stephen Kealey’s ordering off for two yellow cards.


Youth Academy

The new youth season started with the newly formed youth team as expected, abyt – ReDuXjr 0-8.
The new recruited player did their best but couldn´t keep up with the pace and it was clear right from the start that ReDuxjr had played together a number of time before.
Youth coach, Clem Franken, was still please with the youngster performance.


Friendly

In the two matches with Dominican Republic side, Cereales F.C, abt´s reserves lost both game clearly to a far better organised team, 0-3 and 2-4.

Second !


Senior Team

Newly promoted a-bot-team moved into second place after hammering THE WHITE SILENCE 4-1.

06-11-2016
League a-bot-team – THE WHITE SILENCE 4-1

abt eased past THE WHITE SILENCE at Nobodys Stadium this evening thanks to a superb first half performance which saw them go into the break 3-0 up.

League V.230abt got off to a great start when Alan Gold-Spink fired home to open the scoring after only three minutes.
After a thirty-eighth minute Scott Hardiman goal the players could sense victory and six minutes from the break it was 3-0 as Goatsemodime Magolego knocked the ball under the advancing keeper.

Although the visitors pulled a goal back in the second half, there was never any danger of a sustained fightback. Malcolm Warren scored four minutes later to give them that three goal lead as abt moved one point clear of the visitors.

“We’ve perhaps played better in other matches, but this was an important win for us”, said Warren at full-time.

“We’ve now have a one point gap between ourselves and the third and fourth placed sides which means we can´t concentrate on chasing the leaders without having to look back over our shoulders”, he added.


Youth Academy

Two goals in the first-half, Calvin Tonge and Robert Moon, and three in the second-half, John Ryan, Lyle MacDonald and Calvin Tonges second of the day, secured second place for a-bot-youth-team.
The team is in a six point sandwich, three points behind league leaders, atletico sbarrti, and three points in front of third placed Little Knights.


Friendly

a-bot-team reserves are off to Algeria, still looking to complete their flag collection despite no longer being a Hattrick-Suppoter.
Missing countries: see link below.
Flag we still need

Historic High


Senior Team

A new club record was achieved last night, as a-bot-team stormed into the Hattrick English Cup Third Round, for the first time, with a 8-0 demolition of Teddington Lightenings.

04-10-2016
Cup a-bot-team – Teddington Lightenings 8-0
Olivier Moreau had fired a-bot-team into the lead with twenty-four minutes played, before Glenn Munn-Giddings, Scott Hardiman, John Martin and Luka Burns all scored one each within five minutes, between the thirty-second and the thirty-seventh minute.

Although the game was long won, a-bot-team kept going forward and goals from Stephen Kealey, Scott Hardiman´s second of the day and Anton Carter brought the score to 8-0.

“We played well”, said Malcolm Warren afterwards, “We bossed the game from start to finish, and our passing and finishing were first-rate”.

Looking forward to Sunday’s first league match at home against HF EVO CITY he said, “Although we were not put under any pressure and maintained complete control, the match was a good workout for our lads ahead of the match at the weekend”.