Six months ago, FC Halifax Town were unlucky not too get more than a draw when they travelled down too Boreham Wood.
Skip to the present day and approaching the end of the season. A point will be a good result against one of the best teams in the League who have a very special player in their ranks.
Bruno Andrade was our player spotlight last time the two clubs met in October and things certainly haven’t changed. The Portuguese born midfielder has continued to bang in the goals for the club based near Watford scoring a very impressive eighteen goals so far in the 2017/18 season.
The clubs number eleven scored an early penalty against promotion rivals, Wrexham to continue his own impressive season.
He started the season in magnificent form scoring 6 goals in seven games to get his and Boreham Woods season off to a flying start as The Wood lost only one of their first six fixtures.
He then hit a bit of a tricky patch and struggled in front of goal not scoring in seven appearances. However, once this was other he started hitting the back of the net again bagging three in three league games, one of which against Halifax.
In more recent times Andrade has once again been his teams main man in front of goal. With the team struggling for goals, Andrade certainly isn’t he has scored six of his sides last nine goals.
Most of the nine goals were also of high importance as well. He bagged the winner against Wrexham, Tranmere, Maidstone. Will also scoring a brace against Gateshead to lead his side to a 2-1 victory.
It may be Fullarton’s most difficult game in charge of FC Halifax Town so far, especially facing the third top scorer in the league.
Luke Garrard will be hoping his star man, Bruno Andrade, will be at his best and helps his side take points away from The Shaymen at the MBi Shay Stadium on Saturday.
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