Tuesday, 31 January 2012

Two minutes with… Crewe Alexandra

A fourth consecutive victory in the League last weekend, meaning we are still unbeaten in 2012. A win made certain by the dismissal of two of Crewe’s players in the first half wrapped the points up. Had it been 11 players each, it would have certainly been a different story. Scott Morris @SheSaidNoMarlon talks about his experience in North London in this instalment of ‘two minutes with…’
Barnet 2–0 Crewe Alexandra
(McLeod ’30 (p), Hector ’77)
Attendance: 2,263 (away: 336)
How did you get to the game?
I went by coach.
What did you do pre-match?
I went to the Prince of Wales pub about two miles away from Underhill in East Barnet. Lovely pub and lovely staff!
Where did you sit/stand in the ground?
I stood on the East Terrace.
What did you make of the game?
It wasn't the best game in the world but once we went down to nine men we knew we had no chance of getting a result!
Was the scoreline a fair reflection?
Considering Barnet’s two man advantage I'd say yes! We never really looked a threat up front but our makeshift defence was great!
Who, in your opinion was man of the match?
Tough choice but I'd say our midfielder Jamie Lowry (who’s on loan from Chesterfield) as he was at the centre of everything positive for Crewe!
Who do you play next and how do you think you'll get on?
We have Accrington at home. It will be a very interesting game considering that our centre halves Adam Dugdale and Dave Artell are suspended and Accrington are preparing for life after the departure of John Coleman to Rochdale. I reckon we’ll win 2-0 despite having a makeshift defence again!

Thanks Scott

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