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Coalville Town (A) 29/09/2018
26th Sep, 2018 at 11:06pm
 
 

Leicestershire is this weekends destination when we travel to the Ravens of Coalville and their Owen Street home.....   ...https://www.footballgroundmap.com/ground/owen-street-sports-ground/coalville-tow...

Our only visit previous visit was the 0-0 draw, in the FA Cup 2014/15.
That game was best summed up by IanT
......"a neutral would have struggled to guess the conny side, we huffed and puffed and launched missile after missile but never really got on top"...... thanks to Godders I don't expect to have to endure such a neck bracing experience this time around.
http://www.lowestofttownfcfansforum.co.uk/cgi-bin/Forum/YaBB.pl?num=1411800158/0

Since their opening day loss 0-2 at Leiston they have gone eight without defeat and sit in second spot in the league.      .
They remain unbeaten at home with ten points from their four games.....highlights v Alvechurch https://youtu.be/G5rD2lnaksI
They certainly have goals in them.......six against Stourbridge and five v Redditch.
Wright and Berridge have each scored four and spearhead the Ravens threat.

This game will prove to be our stiffest test of the season to date....https://www.sofascore.com/lowestoft-town-coalville-town/Jaosoup







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Re: Coalville Town (A) 29/09/2018
Reply #1 - 29th Sep, 2018 at 8:14pm
 
We succumbed 1-0 to a fairly decent looking Coalville in what was a back-to-the-wall effort by the team. In saying that, we did create a few chances and we could have taken an early lead, but Bammant managed to miss the ball completely from a yard out after the Coalville keeper spilled a shot.

We rode our luck and Coalville spurned numerous gilt-edged chances to finish us off. Elvis produced several top quality saves and despite some late pressure, we never looked like scoring.

Worryingly, we look threadbare with Armani being asked to play left back (which on today's performance he clearly isn't). Fisky hobbled off and we picked up several other injuries (it wasn't a dirty match).

Coalville looked a good side and their lofty position isn't unwarranted - they create chances aplenty and but for lax finishing should have scored half a dozen...and will in other matches. The record book will show a 1-0 defeat and some will think it was a narrow loss. It wasn't, really. It could have been a comprehensive home win.
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