What did you do pre-match and where did you stand/sit once in the ground?
After taking a few photos and speaking to a few locals it was time to go in. I was stood in the East Terrace South. I was surprised at how many people were stood in the East Terrace... there were a few comedians there as well. Underhill reminded me somewhat of one of the rugby stadiums you find in Yorkshire.
What did you make of the game and was the scoreline a fair reflection?
In contrast I was very disappointed by the performance of Izale McLeod who never really got involved in the match.
In the second half Barnet couldn’t string together their passes, and Obita was non-existent on the left. Shrewsbury deserved the three points as they dominated in the second half.
What did you make of Underhill as an overall experience?
I really liked how easy it was to reach Underhill from Central London.
I love the more traditional grounds, and for that reason I put Underhill in my top 5 so far.
Which ground are you visiting next?
I am off to Charlton v Stevenage next weekend. I’ll have to get a house down here soon!
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