Our fixture set to surpass your opening day attendance, then?
Absolutely no chance of City fans in your home end like last time?
In other news, Stockport are struggling to sell their allocation. Most of the blocks currently unavailable have not yet been put on sale.
Leicester City u21’s at Valley Parade tomorrow night.
Indian Dan - a chance for our fringe side to flex their muscles. ;)
GK: Harry Lewis
RB: Luke Hendrie
CB: Yann Songo’o
CB: Timi Odusina
LB: Matty Foulds
CM: Levi Sutton
CM: Ryan East
RW: Scott Banks
CAM: Dion Pereira
To be fair, we lost that due to Angol giving away a needless free-kick. He did the same against Colchester, and they too won it in the last minute.
Both arguably our most poorest performance of the season so far.
Home commentary is laughable. They’re talking about Harrogate as if they’re fucking world beaters, and apparently, we very poor at the back - and quite poor overall.
I think their record against us has gone to their heads.
This really grinds my gears. Their stadium supposedly holds 5,100. They currently average 1,500, with their highest attendance being just under 2,000. They allocate us 600, refuse us additional tickets, whilst there’s ample space in the home ends that they have no chance in filling.
Awful record against Harrogate. It’s a big game for them, understandably.
Halliday back from suspension. Wright back from international duty, but Scott Banks misses out through injury.
If Critchlow is fit, he has to start, for me.
GK: Harry Lewis
RB: Brad Halliday
CB: Matty Platt
Think we signed him from Cambridge City for about £35k.
I rated him at the time. I think he made his debut against Rochdale in the cup back in 2009 - the first away win I ever saw (3-1?).
We sent him on loan to Cambridge United and then sold him to money bags Crawley for more than we paid...