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Anderson sizes up his task at Clipbush Park

PUBLISHED: 10:51 04 February 2010 | UPDATED: 11:09 07 July 2010

Fakenham Town 1, March Town United 3

NEW Ghosts manager Wayne Anderson got a good indication of the task ahead of him as he played in midfield first half on Tuesday night.

Fakenham Town 1, March Town United 3

NEW Ghosts manager Wayne Anderson got a good indication of the task ahead of him as he played in midfield first half on Tuesday night.

In that period his new charges failed to force a save from the Hares' keeper and went 2-0 down to scrappy goals.

Second half they rallied, got a goal back, but failed to force home the advantage of playing against 10 men and conceded a late breakaway goal.

After 27 minutes Ash Brand, whose pace worried Fakenham all match, followed up to convert a rebound after keeper Tom Rix had gone down bravely at a forward's feet, then a 35th minute left-wing corner from Gino Livoti squirmed in at the near post.

With new right winger Daryll Rose (ex-King's Lynn) looking dangerous, the Ghosts upped their game to score through Julian Delicata on 65 minutes.

Livoti was sent off for retaliation on 72 minutes but March sealed the win through a Brand break after 83 minutes.

Fakenham: Rix, Harvey, Pease, Felton, Gilchrist, Bamford, McCarthy (Savory 75), Anderson (Rose 46), Penty, Delicata, M Betts (J Betts 66).


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