w/c 11th May 2019

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w/c 11th May 2019

Postby Garawa » Sat May 11, 2019 10:16 am

Saturday 11th
The Gills have had 10 "goals" ruled out this season - twice as much as the opposition. Ehmer, List and Ogilvie had 2 ruled out whilst Tom Eaves had 3.

Sunday 12th
The Gills scored 5 goals in the first 10 minutes but 17 goals in the last 10 minutes. It is much closer for the opposition who scored 10 first 10 minute goals and 13 last 10 minute goals.

Monday 13th
Of the 55 matches this season, the Gills conceded the opening goal in 34 of them and the sides that scored them won 22 of them. The Gills scored the opening goal in just 18 but 14 ended with victories.

Tuesday 14th
The Gills won and conceded the same number of penalties this season (7). The 7 won saw 4 successfully converted whilst all 7 conceded were converted. Tom Eaves missed the Gills 3 unsuccessful kicks and scored 2 of the 4 converted ones (Callum Reilly with the other 2).

Wednesday 15th
The Gills conceded 1.60 goals per game in all competitions this season. They were best defensively with Barry Fuller in defence (1.40 goals conceded per game) followed by Connor Ogilvie (1.43 goals conceded per game).

Thursday 16th
In all competitions, Tomas Holy made 266 saves last season with a save percentage of 77.8% and this season saved 296 shots on target (73.3%). Last season Tom Hadler saved 4 shots (25.0%) and this season saved 14 (35.7%).

Friday 17th
There was an average of 654 away fans for each league fixture at Priestfield whilst, on average, the Gills took 423 to away games. The most fans at Priestfield were Charlton supporters (2,306) and the most Gills fans were also at Charlton (1,401).
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