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28/9/14 JUNIOR KAFFO

Junior Kaffo looks to have made his last appearance in a Horsham shirt after his decision to leave the club was announced via the Hornets' press office twitter account yesterday. The popular utility man, who has been in excellent form both in attack and defence this season, has been struggling with a four hour round trip to home matches and training sessions and has reluctantly called time on his Horsham career. CEO John Lines revealed that Junior is "hating leaving but he just couldn't manage the trip" while the player himself tweeted that Horsham is the "best club I have played for by a mile!". We thank Junior for his services and wish him every success in the future.

28/9/14 HORSHAM 2 GUERNSEY 4

There was no repeat of last seasonís sensational result for the Hornets as Guernsey turned on the style to snatch all three points in yesterday's pulsating match at Goring's Mead. You can read Jeff Barrett's match report in full here, with match photos from John Lines here
 

25/9/14 HORSHAM v GUERNSEY: MATCH PREVIEW

This Saturday we host Guernsey in a match brought forward from Tuesday as our scheduled opponents, Hastings United, are involved in FA Cup action this weekend. We take a look at what could be described as our 'glamour fixture' of the 2014/15 season as well as learning Gary Charman's thoughts on our last couple of matches. More...

25/9/14 FIXTURES UPDATE

Our Ryman League meeting with Hastings United, originally scheduled to take place this weekend, will now be played on Tuesday 11th November (kick-off 7.30pm)

24/9/14 WHYTELEAFE PHOTOS NOW ON-LINE

John Lines' excellent set of photographs from last night's match can be viewed here

23/9/14 WHYTELEAFE 3 HORSHAM 4

The Hornets' five month wait for an away win is over after tonight's seven goal thriller at fifth-placed Whyteleafe. Horsham deservedly led 2-0 at the break, through goals by Jamie Cade and Gary Charman, and Tony Nwachukwu added a third after Greg Andrews had reduced the arrears straight after the break. Tom Pratt made it 3-2 only for Kieron Tarbie's deflected shot to restore the two goal lead but Shawn Lyle's late effort made for a nervy last few minutes for the visitors who held out to record their first success on the road in eight attempts. Full report...

22/9/14 WHYTELEAFE v HORSHAM: MATCH PREVIEW

Horsham take to the road again tomorrow night, albeit rather closer to home, when they make their first competitive visit to Whyteleafe since 2006. The Surrey club have recently installed a 3G pitch and Hornets' coach Ian Varley believes the synthetic surface will suit his players. More...

20/9/14 WHITSTABLE TOWN 2 HORSHAM 1

Troy Williams scored his second goal in as many games but it wasn't enough to prevent Horsham from slipping to their fifth successive away defeat this afternoon as Whitstable netted in each half to secure their first-ever league success over the Hornets whose disappointment was compounded by the late dismissal of Gary Charman for dissent. Full report...

19/9/14 WHITSTABLE TOWN v HORSHAM

Jamie Cade remains an absentee but Lewis Hamilton and Billy-Joe King are set to return to the squad for tomorrow's trip to Whitstable Town after missing the midweek victory over Hythe. Work commitments continue to sideline last season's top scorer, who should be back for Tuesday's match at Whyteleafe, but confidence should be high after Tuesday's four goal display. Despite having been beaten 4-0 by Hythe in last week's FA Cup tie, the Oystermen have lost just once in the league but five draws from nine matches mean they sit in tenth place. The Hornets, who climbed out of the bottom three after Tuesday's result, have yet to pick up a point on their travels this season but are unbeaten in the four league meetings between the sides. Last season's corresponding fixture produced a 1-1 draw, with Ashley Baverstock's late goal cancelling out Billy Dunn's opener.

18/9/14 FIXTURE UPDATE

Our Ryman League fixture against Hastings United, scheduled to take place on Saturday 27th September, has been postponed due to the Arrows' continued involvement in the FA Cup. We will now host Guernsey on this date, having agreed with the Channel Islanders to bring forward this fixture from its original date of Tuesday 30th September. The match will kick-off at 3pm.

17/9/14 GARY'S DELIGHT IN VICTORY

Gary Charman believes his side took the positives out of Saturday's defeat and used them to their advantage in last night's meeting with Hythe Town, a match the manager termed 'our biggest of the season'. You can see his interview, courtesy of Amy Thompson, here

17/9/14 TROY WILLIAMS

New signing Troy Williams made an impressive debut for his new club in last nightís 4-1 win over Hythe Town. Introduced as a replacement for Jamie Ampleford after half an hour, the midfielder was involved in many of Horshamís brighter moments and capped a decent display with a thirty yard chip for our fourth goal. Troy is twenty years old and began his career at Tooting & Mitcham, returning to the Imperial Fields after a brief spell with Merstham at the start of last season. He joined Grays ahead of the current campaign but, despite playing regularly for the Essex clubís U21 squad, failed to break into the senior side and was happy to sign for Horsham in the hope of securing regular first team football. On the basis of last nightís display, we at Hornets Review believe he will have little trouble in realising that aim! Welcome, Troy.

17/9/14 HYTHE MATCH PHOTOS

Photos from last night's victory over Hythe Town are now on-line, courtesy of John Lines. You can see his images here

16/9/14 HORSHAM 4 HYTHE TOWN 1

Horsham bounced back from their FA Cup defeat at the weekend by recording only their second league victory of the season in an entertaining meeting with Hythe Town tonight. Full report...

16/9/14 HORSHAM v HYTHE TOWN

Our attention returns to league matters tonight when Horsham go in search of only their second maximum points haul of the campaign and a first ever against opponents Hythe Town. Although enjoying a 4-0 FA Cup success over Whitstable Town on Saturday our visitors have fared little better than ourselves in the league, having beaten only East Grinstead and Carshalton, and currently occupy 20th place just two points above the Hornets. Hythe have won three of the four league meetings to date, with our best result coming in last season's 1-1 draw at Reachfields. In March, goals from Lee Pleau and Shaun Welford secured Hythe a 2-0 win at Goring's Mead. Kick-off is 7.30pm, admission £9 adults, £5 concessions and £1 for U18s.

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