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Probably a fair outcome; one that ensures both teams continue slouching towards the mid-table obscurity they’re doubtless destined to end the season with.
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he good ship HMS McCombe reminded us why he’s probably past his best now, upending Matt Done when there was no real danger as he ran away from goal.
Sadly, Curtis Main’s other 89 minutes and 40 seconds of ‘involvement’ were spent inanely jumping for lost causes and looking for fouls that weren’t ever there.
A spirited comeback from Rovers today, not quite football played the way it should, but it’ll do!
Tyson switching to the left proved effective, and on 41 minutes he broke clear, crossing for Main to tap in and put Rovers deservedly 1-0 up.
The game promised much; two play-off contenders separated by goal difference, a huge crowd and chance to pay homage to Jamie Coppinger. What could go wrong?