The pitch is a mish mash of green, brown and yellow colours, sandy tramlines run every few metres apart and for the length of the pitch; drainage? Back in the stand, the players come out to some uplifting music, lead out onto the pitch by Freddie the Fox, the Halifax mascot. Old boy Chris Lines, a makes his loan signing debut today in midfield, Ollie Clarke starts too. Easter is on the bench and it looks like Darrel Clarke has a rich tapestry at his disposal today The lad stands and watches, i sit with Bubb on my knee, we are attacking the end most blocked from view, the other is fine.
We go a goal behind to what you can only say has been a worrying sign of late; individual errors, at the back. Is Darrel changing things around, are they failing to get to grips with positions? Or was it a blip, a balls up indeed it was for when a crossed ball entered our penalty box their fella was totally unmarked to head and guide the ball away from Mildy and into the corner of the net to make it to the Shakers; the PA system drowned out any noise the or so Shaymen were making at that point with a sharp rendition of The Piranhas, Tom Hark.
I got back to my seat, Halifax had a free kick that seemed to have riled the Rovers supporters.
It was a good effort, they were happy to just catch us on the break now. What changed the game, for sure was the substitution appearance of Ellis Harrison. We popped up in the middle, then on the wing — we moved around but all in all they feared him, he had good control and delivered the ball too. However, he had 3 cracking chances in that 2 nd half and every one of them went begging which left me ruing him up front; if only one of them had fell to Easter I said to the lad, i was getting frustrated — Bethy however, sat playing Happy Missus Chicken on my lap, content as can be.
Time had clearly run out by now, with 10 minutes remaining and those guilt edged chances at worst, all spurned. The ball was quickly gathered up by one of our players and returned post haste to the centre circle spot. Was coming back from 2 down with 10 minutes left too much to ask of them, had they got it in them? Enter; goal of the season. Chris lines plays a ball over the top and Ellis Harrison inside the box but with a defender on him, cushions the ball on the volley with one foot, it goes over the defenders head, he turns him and volleys the ball with his other boot; low into the keepers net, same place — Think Paul Gascoigne in Euro 96 at Wembley against Scotland Its and the 90 th minute that feels like a winner!
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