Misery for Rooks
Wymondham travelled to high-flying Horsford and for the second time this season imploded and conceded seven goals, scoring three. Horsford played the Rooks off the park with their excellent attacking play and ran out deserved winners.
Wymondham travelled to high-flying Horsford and for the second time this season imploded and conceded seven goals, scoring three.
Horsford played the Rooks off the park with their excellent attacking play and ran out deserved winners. The only excuse Town can offer is that they were missing seven players, five of which would possibly have started.
Even with that said, nothing should be taken away from Horsford who have some excellent players.
At half-time the score was only 3-2 to Horsford with Ramsbottom scoring an excellent goal and Catchpole netting with a fine strike.
During the second half Horsford dominated and proceeded to score four more goals. In reply, Town scored with a header from Catchpole following an excellent delivery from Priest.
After much hard work in recent weeks Town lacked the necessary character which is needed to sustain a good run of victories.
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This is such a shame and is a huge source of frustration to management, players and supporters alike.