Sporting Bengal United looking to turn fortunes around after a slow start
- Credit: Tim Edwards
Sporting Bengal United head into a weekend off as they look to put a miserable start to the new season behind them.
Bengal suffered a heavy 8-1 defeat to West Essex in the Essex Senior League on Saturday after also crashing out of the FA Cup with a loss to White Ensign in midweek.
A Callum Bloss hat-trick, braces from Samraj Gill and Cameron Gray as well as a goal from Symeon Taylor helped thrash Bengal at Wadham Lodge.
Imrul Gazi’s men are without a win in their first three league fixtures but were due to host Ilford last night (Wednesday) as they looked to bounce back.
It is then a break for Bengal before they return to action with a home fixture against Redbridge on Wednesday, August 25.
That will be followed by a trip away to in-form Walthamstow a few days later (Saturday, August 28) as they continue to look for points in the early weeks of the 2021-22 campaign.
- 1 Single van racks up £36k of fines in Tower Hamlets
- 2 Man jailed for rape after attacking woman walking back from Canning Town
- 3 Delayed Canary Wharf 'portacabin' hotel hopes to open in 2022
- 4 County lines drug dealer jailed
- 5 Liveable Streets: Councillors remove some Brick Lane closures after 'backlash'
- 6 Possible travel disruptions for central London this week
- 7 Free vegan food at Spitalfields Market
- 8 Trio accused of Bow Lock murder were 'associates' of victim 'Aqil' Mahdi
- 9 Housing association apologises after sewage leaks at Isle of Dogs tower blocks
- 10 East London man charged with six terrorism offences