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Brackley Town: Poor Goals To Concede

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Posted by Kelly Gilchrist
Posted on Sun 30 Oct 2016
Posted in First Team

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FC Halifax Town suffered their first defeat in seven games, in all competitions, on Saturday afternoon.

A well drilled Brackley Town side, who were yet to be beaten away from home, showed all their counter attacking prowess to win, despite going behind to Jordan Sinnott’s first half strike

Josh McDonald set up that goal, and hit the post himself during the match, and has said it was sloppiness by his side that cost them three points.

“I thought we were good in the first half, but the three goals we conceded, we could have stopped them as they were poor goals to concede.

“Once we went 2-1 down we all seemed to think it was game over, but there was plenty time left and we should have pushed on and tried to get something.

“You’re always going to create chances but, as the gaffer’s said, we give in too easy, it’s never over till the final whistle.”

“We’ve been seven games unbeaten and we’re not going to dwell too much on this result though

“We’ve got a big FA Cup game next week and we should get back on track in the coming matches.”

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