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Stanley 0-1 Chester

Accrington Stanley
0 - 1
Chester City

The Fraser Eagle Stadium

Saturday 3rd February 2007

Attendance: Unkown Attendance.

Referee:

A Paul Linwood goal in the 22nd minute was enough to clinch the win for Chester City. As a free-kick was swung in from the right hand side, debutant goalkeeper Przemyslaw Kazimierczak attempted to get a hand on the ball but failed. The ball fell to Linwood who smashed the bal in to the bottom corner of the net.

Chester could have made it 2-0 but Simon Yeo's powerful smash flew over the bar with loanee Kazimierczak beaten.

Accrington could have clawed theirselves level but both Rommy Boco and debutant forward Stuart Fleetwood, who signed a month's loan deal from Hereford United in midweek, failed to net the ball.

As the game drew to a close, heavy fog desended over the Fraser Eagle, making seeing from one side to another impossible.

Stanley are now 21st in Coca-Cola League Two, and are equal on points with Macclesfield Town and Wrexham. Wrexham sit in the Relegation Zone, and are five points clear of the Football League's lowest club, Torquay United.

Star Player

Chester City's Paul Linwood. Played well for Chester and grabbed a goal in the proccess.

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Writer:Robbo
Date:Saturday February 3 2007
Time: 5:04PM

Comments

0
Went to the game and was delighted with the result but not the overall performance, we have played some decent football of late but saturday did us no justice we were far to negative. Credit to Accrington for a battling performance, I think you will stay up easily if you keep battling like you did on saturday. Seen both Torquay & Boston lately and you are a far better side than both of them, best of look for the rest of the season hope you stay up and I will look forward to my visit at your place next season.
CCFCBLUE
05/02/2007 13:07:00
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Pleased with the points and to be honest I think we edged it, on chances at least. Not our finest performance this season, but all to often we've played well and not won.
Voodoo Blue
05/02/2007 16:19:00
0
thanks for the comments guys! I think we should stay up but in the football league nothing is certain!
robbo-9-asfc
05/02/2007 19:28:00
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