Shah is aiming for a strong finish
LONDON APSA coach Fahim Shah is hoping to finish the season on a high as his side entertain Takeley on Saturday. With just two games remaining, APSA, who have enjoyed an indifferent season, are looking to go out on a positive note. We re planning for nex
LONDON APSA coach Fahim Shah is hoping to finish the season on a high as his side entertain Takeley on Saturday.
With just two games remaining, APSA, who have enjoyed an indifferent season, are looking to go out on a positive note.
"We're planning for next season now and want to try and finish as high as we can," said Shah, who has seen sponsors Finefair Consultancy sign a new two-year deal with the club.
"We beat Takeley earlier in the season, and we want to try to move up the table."
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APSA won the Newham derby on Saturday when they came from a goal down to beat Clapton 3-1.
Oppong had put the hosts in front, before strikes from Ruel Sandiford, Anthony Chuck and Mo Dakri's penalty was enough to seal victory.
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