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Match report: Cray Valley 2-0 Fisher

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Cray Valley 2-0 Fisher

After a terrible day for the football world yesterday let’s get things firmly in perspective here.

As a football family our condolences go out to those who lost there lives in the Leicester city helicopter crash.

And let’s wish Glen Hoddle a speedy recovery after his heart attack yesterday.

At Badgers Fisher were looking for an 8th win on the bounce against Cray Valley. Sadly it was a day we’re all the lads put in maximum effort but came up with minimum reward.

Ramsamy, Adeshina, Wanogho and the rest of the side spent the first half working their socks off and keeping Cray at bay.

The little breaks that you need as a team we’re non existent in the first half.

Cray controlled the game in a very tight very even first half. Crays Paul Semakula was the player of the half. He was always available and always found a green shirt each time he was on the ball.

Neither keeper made a save and fair play to Cray’s Andy Walker he spent a large part of the game exchanging pleasantries with the fisher fans behind his goal.

Half time 0-0

It was a shame that former fisher stalwart Hughie Mann couldn’t see any goals. He was a player believe me.

Dean Harrison must have got stuck into his team during the team talk at half time. As they flew out of the blocks straight after half time and had arguably there best spell.

Tunde Aderonmu got the giant centre backs turned around as he charged towards goal but once again the little bounce would not go his way as the ball got trapped under his feet and the Cray back line had time to regroup.

New signing Mott fires over when well placed as Fisher turned the screw.

Cray took the lead minutes later as Joe Nguessan picked the ball up in the left hand channel. He cut inside opened his body up and bent the ball into Wheeler’s top left corner. A sweet strike akin to Thierry Henry in his pomp.

1-0 to Cray

Fisher got straight back on the attack. Fisher shuffled the pack and brought on small and brown for Hamill and Ramsamy.

Small fires high and wide as he looks to make an immediate impact on the game.

Cray go straight down the other end and test dan wheeler who deals with the effort comfortably.

Fisher use there last sub as soyemi-olade replaces Toyo Adeshina. As Fisher tried to go for it. A forward for a defender is never a bad thing.

Cray sub Ryan flack plays a neat one two on the edge of the box and slots a near finish underneath Wheeler to make it 2-0 to cray.

Fisher had one last try from a corner that Haidarovic headed wide.

Final score Cray 2-0 Fisher

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