Wroe off and Benyon on upfront with Rendell, Zebs go outs on the wing, seems Wroe must have an injury? not sure we will get back into the game with the line up now, but Tomson may well still make the difference for us.
we concede again and now it really does look a very big hill to climb as we play up the hill if you know what I mean, but we nearly get a goal back form a shot from Thompson, so maybe there is still a chance.
Back to earth with a bump and beaten by (according to Dave Thomas) the better team. He seemed to think that our defence couldn't cope with the strength and speed of the Accy attack.
Just goes to show that location is so important in building a good team on a very small budget (matched by low gates - thats people who come to watch rather than the metal/wood things you open and close). They've picked up various players from top clubs in the area - wonder how many clubs there are with one hour of the ground? DT rated them on apar with Dagenham.
Lets move onto the Stockport game but boy do we need those three points next Saturday.
Post by ohtobeatplainmoor on Dec 5, 2009 17:07:52 GMT
Oh well. That was the first away defeat in a while, wasn't it? I genuinely thought we had a good chance of getting something from the game and pulling-away from the bottom two teams.
I suppose that it is a dose of realism after the Cheltenham win that we are only a couple of defeats from being dragged back into a relegation spot. Accrington is never likely to be an easy place for us to visit, the pitch is probably one of the worst in the league, Accy are a very physical side and I still think that we are a fragile team (that is till developing) in many ways. What is important that we don't dwell on this and use it to build upon - there are some young and inexperienced players at League 2 in this squad and hopefully they will learn from today in a positive way.
Bucks hinted today that he is still looking to strengthen in the transfer window - no doubt this would highlight any of the shortcomings and focus Buck's mind. Onwards and upwards (hopefully!).
boy do we need those three points next Saturday.
Yep indeed Chelston. It is vital that we beat Darlington. they will be fighting for their lives and I still believe that they somehow might revive their fortunes - for them to come and win would put a very different complexion on their position, whereas a victory for us would put some serious distance between us and them.....