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Leigh on Sea News - football
For the sixth year in a row, Southend United go unbeaten in the league in November. Blues won all four of their league games this month, and lost against Chester FC in the FA Cup.
Northampton Town visit Roots Hall tomorrow, having only won three times in all competitions since the start of October.
Southend United maintained their unbeaten league form this month, after seeing off Tranmere Rovers in Birkenhead.
Southend United maintained their 100% unbeaten league form so far this month, after beating Hartlepool by a solitary goal on Saturday. Blues have won 2 out of 2 league games so far this month.
Bottom side Hartlepool visit Roots Hall tomorrow, having only won four league games since March. Three of those wins have come this season.
A surprising defeat for Southend United at home to Chester FC was definitely a shock to the systems of all associated with Blues.
Chester FC are the next side to visit Roots Hall, with their previous visit being a month and a half shy of ten years ago.
Southend United make the trip to Nottinghamshire tomorrow to take on Mansfield Town. This will be the 52nd meeting between the sides, since we first met back in 1931, when we drew 4-4. The reverse fixture in that season (1931/32) saw Southend beat Mansfield 5-2.
It was definitely a case of deja-vu for everyone associated with Southend United as Blues took the lead in the first half, only for their opponents to equalise in the second half to claim a point.
Shakers Are In Town - Bury visit Roots Hall, with Blues Looking To Win Their First Game in October.
It really was a game of two halves at Roots Hall on Saturday, as Southend’s winless run continued. In the first half, Blues were much the better side, having a couple of shots on goal within the first 15 minutes.
Southend United v Exeter City Information Guide - Blues Desperate Not To Repeat Last Season’s Defeat!
A surprising amount of Exeter City fans were keen to get involved this week, their opinions on this weekends match against Southend United are below!
Southend United looked like a completely different side compared to the team who won four games out of five in September. Newly promoted Luton Town put us in our place, (apart from their time wasting tactics) but all in all, we deserved to lose.
Hatters’ Johnstones Paint Trophy defeat could spur the Blues to make the short trip to Luton Town at the weekend, knowing that The Hatters will still be hurting from their JPT (Johnstones Paint Trophy) defeat against Crawley Town on Tuesday night.
Yes, that’s right, Southend United still haven’t beaten Morecambe in a league game. This was a very open game, all in all, but Blues went down to an early strike from Morecambe’s Jack Redshaw.
Southend United’s next test is a home game against early pace setters Morecambe.... so what's our in-house blogger Alec Hitchman make of it all!
Coulthirst’s Second Goal Helps Blues to Fourth Successive Win
By our SUFC Blogger Alec Hitchman
Introducing our new SUFC blogger - Alec Hitchman!
Weekly match previews and reviews!