Bromsgrove Sporting midfielder Robbie Bunn writes for The Standard in his weekly column and reflects on the victory over Heanor Town and his ‘weird’ tradition that he does every time he scores.
ONCE again it has been a fantastic week of football for us and we believe we are right where we need to be at this stage of the season.
A brilliant win against Westfields on Tuesday and then onto an even bigger 1-0 win away from home at Heanor Town on Saturday.
It was a very tight game at Heanor with few clear-cut chances falling to either side.
With the reintroduction of Mozza (Daniel Morris), I thought our defence was once again outstanding, limiting a very good side to only one or two chances throughout the 90 minutes!
We always felt that going uphill and against the wind first-half could mean an easier second period for us, so when it was level at the break we fancied our chances of grabbing something.
And grab something we did and with another left-footed finish from myself we managed to take all three points and end the day with the table looking in excellent shape after a few teams around us dropped points.
A few people have mentioned a tradition of mine that has been in full flow over the past few weeks!
The tradition is a weird one but every time I score I don’t clean my boots in the hope that I may be able to continue a scoring run.
Obviously this means that I have to throw myself into the fine book but if I can continue to score a few goals now and then I’ll happily take the fine from the gaffer!