The Shaymen View

March 14, 2015

  

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Chris Lines made his second debut for Bristol Rovers but not in the blue and white quarters.

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SOME OF THE LATE TWEETS FROM FC HALIFAX TOWN SUPPORTERS

Rovers weren’t in the game until a late daisy cutter cut Towns lead in half and then tiredness and pressure told. Share of the spoils.

Full Time – FCHT 2 – 2 Bristol Rovers – Shaymen nothing to be ashamed of there going toe to toe with the league leaders.

668 away fans and 2248 in total at today. Great game but looking like a disappointing conclusion for the Shaymen.

4 mins added as the Rovers hoardes find their voice. 2-2

Bristol Goal – FCHT 2 – 2 Rovers – Harrison with a fantastic finish past a stranded Glennon. Gutting last ten mins for Town.

Bristol sweeper #5 increasingly isolated at the back. Town not being decisive enough in final third. 2-1

Boden on for patchy Jackson. Always worked hard but could have done more with his opportunities in good positions. 2-1

Goal Rovers – FCHT 2 – 1 Bristol – Important goal that, hopefully won’t be costly. Great drive from edge of box after a corner half cleared.

Town players noticeably tiring. Maybe fresh legs needed in closing stages to maintain this 2-0 lead over the full timers.

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