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DEA Bedford Soccer Club
Dale Dubois
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Bedford, New Hampshire

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Welcome to TWELVE time Division Champion's, DEA Bedford Soccer Club home page. DEA Bedford Soccer Club is a very talented mens team that competes in the NHSC and in the NEOTHSL Masters division.  The core of the team has been together for longer than anyone can seem to remember (but we are working on that). The team has captured many championships in the NHSC and in the NEOTHSL dating back to the early 80's.  

Our home field is West Road Field in Londonderry, NH. Come see a game...

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Monday, September 28
DEA Drops More Points

In what has become a disturbing trend, DEA has let late leads go three times in a row now.  After giving away a 3-1 lead to Boxford late, they did more of the same in the following two weeks.


First, hosting Andover two weeks ago, they let Andover back into it in the 85th to draw 1-1.  This week, after leading last years Champioin Peabody 2-0 at the half, Peabody stormed back to tie it with a questionable PK in the 88th.


They look to get back on track against Seacost this week.

Sunday, September 13
DEA Levels with Boxford...of course they do

After turning a 1-0 halftime deficit into a 3-1 lead, DEA let Boxford back into it and Boxford levelled 3-3 in the 83rd minute.  Which is pretty much par for the course.

 *DEA and Boxford have played 13 times over the years.  The have tied 7 of those, including three straight down at Boxford

*It was rainy for the game.  Just as it has been for every game played at the Spofford Field.  Place is like the Bermuda Triangle.


DEA looks to shore up their suddenly suspect defense next week when they host Andover.

Sunday, August 30
DEA Falls Flat in Season Opener to Nashua

The much hyped opening match of the fall season saw DEA fall flat in a 4-1 drubbing to Nashua.  After a strong spring season, DEA looked to build on that success and had title hopes in their minds.  Instead, they were left wondering where it went wrong as several holes were exposed by Nashua.

DEA held the better of the play in the first half, but it was pretty even overall.  There were only a handful of solid chances for either side.  DEA's best came when Brian Yergeau's restart was bombed to the left side of the net.  Pat Capozzi climbed high to nod it back into play, but after a scramble Nashua's Magnus Karlsson latched onto it before the danger continued.

At the other end, a questionable call left Nashua with a restart 20 yards from goal.  Sean Wisby laced a drive that seemed destined for the upper corner.  As he yelped in anticipation, DEA's keeper Simon Burke somehow got a fingertip on it.  Diving hard to his left, he got just enough to tip if off the underside of the bar and it fell safely away.  An outstanding save, to be sure.

The game turned 5 minutes into the second half.  After a defensive breakdown left Wisby on a 2-1, his pass/shot whistled by Simon.  Camped at the back post, behind every DEA defender, was Nashua's Eric Jackson, standing on the goal line.  He tapped home from 17 centimeters away to put Nashua ahead.  It was clearly offsides, and Nashua even admitted after the game, but DEA's furious protests went unheard.  

The goal opened the game up, and it was Nashua who took advantage.  10 minutes after going ahead, Reyad got a fortunate bounce and waltzed through the DEA backline to beat the offside's trap.  In alone, he finished coolly and DEA now had a hill to climb.

The looked to claw back into it when Jon Cloutier was hacked down in the box by Jose Freitas.  Jerold tucked it home and DEA was finally on the board.

Not long after, poor DEA defending left Shane Kilmon with an open header to restore the two-goal cushion.  Nashua would tack on a late one for cosmetics.

With several players already listed on the long-term IR, DEA has two weeks to do some soul-searching and come up with a better plan for Week 2 against recently promoted Boxford.  Always a battle with Boxford, they've tied half of their games with them over the years; but losing only once.  DEA will be looking to secure their first 3 points to get the season turned around.

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