FC United of Manchester Vanarama Logo FC United of Manchester Vanarama Logo FC United of Manchester Vanarama Logo

FC United of ManchesterSmaller TextLarger Text

Match Report

      

7.45pm Tuesday 9th September 2014

EvoStik League Premier Division

Bower Fold, Mottram Road, Stalybridge, SK15 2RT


FC United of Manchester

0 - 0

Matlock Town

 

Attendance: 1,844

FC United of Manchester 0

Matlock Town 0



Attendance: 1,844
FC United of Manchester
1 David Carnell
2 Liam Brownhill 
3 Scott Cheetham
4 Dean Stott (capt)
5 Chris Lynch
6 Luke Ashworth
7 Matthew Wolfenden
8 Callum Byrne
9 Mike Norton
10 Jerome Wright
11 Tom Greaves

Subs:
16 Greg Daniels (for 9, 69 mins)
17 Matthew Walwyn (for 10, 81 mins)


Matlock Town
1 Jon Kennedy
2 Adam Yates
3 Joe Leesley
4 Leon Osborne
5 David Haggerty
6 Oscar Radford
7 Jason Stokes
8 Jason Meade
9 Danny Holland
10 James Ashmore
11 Liam Needham (capt)

Subs:
12 Alex Hewitt (for 10, 79 mins)
14 Lavell White (for 7, 88 mins)
16 Jordan Snodin (for 3, 83 mins)



Match Report

FC United huffed and puffed to a sixth stalemate of the season with a 0-0 draw against Matlock Town at Bower Fold on Tuesday night.

It was another three points gone begging as the Reds continued their unbeaten run with a sixth draw out of eight, rather than the third win that we were all hoping for.

Karl Marginson’s side controlled long spells of the game and created the best chances but just couldn’t find the breakthrough against a well organised opposition.

Tom Greaves, Michael Norton, as well as substitutes Greg Daniels and Matthew Walwyn all had chances to win the match. However, they were let down by some uncharacteristically poor finishing and some good goalkeeping when called upon.

Full report to follow.

Match Report

FC United huffed and puffed to a sixth stalemate of the season with a 0-0 draw against Matlock Town at Bower Fold on Tuesday night.

It was another three points gone begging as the Reds continued their unbeaten run with a sixth draw out of eight, rather than the third win that we were all hoping for.

Karl Marginson’s side controlled long spells of the game and created the best chances but just couldn’t find the breakthrough against a well organised opposition.

Tom Greaves, Michael Norton, as well as substitutes Greg Daniels and Matthew Walwyn all had chances to win the match. However, they were let down by some uncharacteristically poor finishing and some good goalkeeping when called upon.

Full report to follow.