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Match Report

      

7.45pm Friday 2nd October 2015

Vanarama National League North

Broadhurst Park, 310 Lightbowne Rd, Moston, Manchester, M40 0FJ


FC United of Manchester

0 - 2

Worcester City

 Hughes 26
Dunkley 90

Attendance: 3,619

FC United of Manchester 0

Worcester City 2

Hughes 26
Dunkley 90

Attendance: 3,619
FC United of Manchester
1 Lewis King
2 Adam Thurston
3 Rory Fallon
4 Dean Stott
5 Nia Bayunu
6 Luke Ashworth
7 Sam Madeley 
8 Sean Cooke
9 Tom Greaves
10 Jerome Wright (capt)
11 Craig Lindfield

Subs.
12 Liam Brownhill (for 2, 72 mins)
14 Matthew Wolfenden (for 11, 30 mins)
15 Greg Daniels (for 8, 63 mins)


Worcester City
1 Nathan Vaughan  
2 Tyler Weir
3 Jamie Smith
4 Alex Gudger
5 Tom Sharpe
6 Danny Jackman
7 Daniel Nti
8 Ellis Deeney (capt)
9 Lee Hughes  
10 Sean Geddes
11 Shaun Harrad

Subs.
12 Deon Burton (for 11, 63 mins)
14 Tristian Dunkley (for 6, 76 mins)
16 Connor Gater (for 10, 54 mins)


Match Report

A lacklustre FC United lost 2-0 to ten-man Worcester City on Friday night at Broadhurst Park.

Goals in each half for the visitors, the first from Lee Hughes who was sent off just before the break, and then Tristian Dunkley a minute from time, gave the points to City.

United never really got going in front of their second highest home gate of the season of 3,619. On a night when home chances were few and far between, Sam Madeley shot over the bar from close range late in the second half.

In truth though this was a bad night at the office for FC United who will now look forward to Buxton in the FA cup.

Full report to follow.

Match Report

A lacklustre FC United lost 2-0 to ten-man Worcester City on Friday night at Broadhurst Park.

Goals in each half for the visitors, the first from Lee Hughes who was sent off just before the break, and then Tristian Dunkley a minute from time, gave the points to City.

United never really got going in front of their second highest home gate of the season of 3,619. On a night when home chances were few and far between, Sam Madeley shot over the bar from close range late in the second half.

In truth though this was a bad night at the office for FC United who will now look forward to Buxton in the FA cup.

Full report to follow.