After three wins in six days (can you believe this is the same club) SAFC fans are hoping that we can get rid of Papy Djilobodji and Didier Ndong and hang onto Bryan Oviedo and Lee Cattermole before the international transfer window slams shut this week.
Meanwhile, Lynden Gooch has been chatting about the improved camaraderie within the squad. “Of course, the team spirit is much better. We’re a very young team, but we’ve got new players and it feels like we’ve known each other for a long time. There’s a great chemistry there, we’re good mates off the pitch, having a laugh. It hasn’t been like that for years. It’s massive, and you can see it’s really paying off on the pitch. We talked about the comeback against Charlton at half-time at Wimbledon. We probably didn’t play great against Charlton in the first half, but still came back and won the game. We did that at Wimbledon too. We can take a lot of great things from that. We stuck together, the first half wasn’t great, but we dug deep and we were magnificent in the second half. The Wimbledon win shows we’ve got grit,” he added. “We’re the biggest team in this division, so every team’s going to want to try to roll us over. But we dug deep.”