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Abbey Hey   v   Congleton Town
FA Cup
Saturday, 6th August 2022 Kick-off 15:00

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Your Abbey Hey v Congleton Town Match Reports

Smithy added 22:45 - Jan 12

Fantastic performance from 14 seconds onwards, everyone played their part. Fraser was wonderful, lets enjoy him while he is here. Knudsen had a great game too, and is improving week on week, one of his crosses was out of this world and fantastic pass to Fraser to set up goal. Best home performance for a year, and we played it on the floor.

rickw added 23:42 - Jan 12

I thought everyone played pretty well, Leeds seemed really poor - not as bad as the ref though!
After sleeping for the first 13 seconds, we dominated the match, Leeds got into the habit of just timewasting, and giving our players little kicks and pushes all game which the ref seemed oblivious to.
The 2-1 score flatters Leeds due to our dominance

harlingblue added 02:59 - Jan 13

The best home footballing performance this season by Town, even when 0-1 down. Fraser, Smith, Bru and Skuse standout performers, ably abetted by the whole team and subs. Great entertainment under the Portman Road lights. I thank you.

gippeswyk added 11:33 - Jan 13

Best game I've watched at PR for quite a while. Well done lads, keep it up and we might just make 2nd!

DanLyles added 19:57 - Jan 13

Going by Steve Evans' comments he must have left the ground after 15 minutes! I feared the worst when they scored so early. But aside from that energetic first quarter of an hour and some aesthetically pleasing passing moves, which came to nothing, I felt we dominated the game.

Carayol looked a real threat down their left against Chambers but we gradually snuffed out that threat and began to develop a rhythm of our own. Dougals and Skuse put in solid shifts (forgetting the formers mistake early on) and began to string a few passes together. However, the star man in the middle for me was Kevin Bru whose deft touch and eye for a pass gave us a real sense of purpose when we regained possession and find the front three.

The only player to upstage the Mauritian in my opinion was Fraser. The Scotsmans incredible pace and dribbling ability led to both goals and other opportunities which were squandered. Knudsen was always in support and the two formed a potent left wing axis.


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