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Match Day Thread Fleetwood Town 2 Ipswich Town 2

Discussion in 'Fleetwood Town' started by themaclad, May 7, 2023.

  1. themaclad

    themaclad Well-Known Member

    Jan 24, 2011
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    Fleetwood Town 2 Marriott 2 iPSWICH tOWN 2
    Fleetwood: Lynch, Wiredu, Mendes Gomes (White 69'), Vela ©, Marriott, Warrington (Glenfield 87'), Holgate (Teale 69'), Omochere (Quitirna 83'), Patterson (Hayes 87'), Rooney, Johnston.

    Subs: McMulllan, Johnson

    Town: Walton ©, Donacien (Clarke 65'), Woolfenden, Burgess, Burns (Jackson 81'), Ball, Luongo, Davis (Edwards 81'), Chaplin, Broadhead (Harness 65'), Hirst (Ladapo 18').

    Subs: Hladky, Keogh.

    Booked: Luongo, Harness, Clarke.

    Sent off: Clarke.

    Close but no cigar for Ipswich for about 30 minutes the title was in their hands but the Pilgrims of Plymouth went into the break 2-1 the chances of silverware at Portman Road had reduced
    Every credit to the 1500 or so Town fans who had set off at the unearthly hour of 3.45am to make the journey to Fleetwood

    First half

    Ipswich set off at a furious pace trying to get the job done early, Chaplin volley went miles wide, he got closer and closer but today it just didn't go for him. Wiredu's clearance landed ontop of the main stand roof disturbing the sleep of a couple of dozen sleeping seagulls who hot footed it towards Blacpool afterwards.
    Chance for the home side Patterson tried to take it round Walton but was forced away from goal by a possess of defenders and the chance disappeared
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    The itensity dropped in the game Ipswich passed it around well whilst the Cod looked to play on the break, the away side always looked more likely to score with Burns on the right always seemed to be in acres of space but goal mouth action there was little of effoorts on goal

    Second half
    Within five minutes of the restart Ipswich went ahead actually thought it may have been hand ball but Ladapo spun and turned firing the ball in off the bar
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    The lead lasted five minutes Fleetwodd got in behind Davis at left wing back ball into centre, scramble Marriott on hand to level the scores. Fairly even for the next fiften minutes Chaplin going close a couple of tie but whenthe game seemed to be drifting the home side went ahead Marriott in acres of room scored at the back post.
    As before they did not hold the lead for long a deflected Harness shot ended up in the net after some woeful home defending, the visitors wanted the win but the ony thing they got was a red card with Clarke picking up a second booking for a magnificent lunge on a Fleetwood player
    Probably a fair result though it is nice to pick up silverware.

    One thing about Fleetwood it is one of the worst ground ever for people who leave their seats during teh game, rock up late and have brats who are not interested
    Have you heard about the news on Mizar 5

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