Bury @ Deepdale 24/3/2012

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    themaclad Well-Known Member

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    The boys from Gigg Lane arrive on possibly a worse run of form than we've been in. They slightly stopped the rot on Tuesday with a draw against S****horpe but these are worrying times for them. They arrive looking to complete the double over us after beating us 1 nil in one of Tango Man's final games, anothet of his master strokes bringing ina defensive midfielder and playing him at right back.
    Two games undefeated and by my reckoning 4 points needed for safety. Should win this won then again!!!!!!!!!!!!!
     
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    Yet another draw at Deepdale only difference this time is that there were goals, in the end the result was fair because the visitors actually deserved something from the game. Another in a long running series of dreadful first halves. Bury had the better of the first 45 minutes with speedy winder David Amoo causing problems to the defence every time he got the ball. Chances on goal were at a premium apart from a shot from Hume the home side offered little in acting intent, however Stuckmann was having a far busier game although not by much tipping one shot from Amoo onto the post. North End came into the game as the half progressed but were booed off.
    Both teams were treated like returning heroes in the 2nd half as it meant the half time entertainment were forced to leave the pitch.
    Simon Cowell really has a lot to answer for these three singers? managed to wreck one rock classic, they wailed two others and left to a chorus of boos by both sets of fans.
    Considering what had gone before the 2nd half was quite entertaining as both sides upped the pace. Again it was the visitors who looked the brighter and only a save of stunning quality by Stuckmann kept out a Bishop header which would have given the visitors a deserved lead. Only some desperate home defending also stopped the visitors, however slightly against the run of play North End took the lead a scuffed shot from new loanee Aneke took a deflection and dribbled past the helpless Carson into the net. (1-0)
    A brief period of pressure from the visitors came to nothing before Coutts nearly doubled the lead for the home side but his goal bound shot was parried away by Carson, the goal had relaxed the home side and they started to play some better football however Bury could possibly have had a penalty when it looked like Coutts handled.
    Deep into injury time Mellor really should have scored but his shot went inches the wrong side of the post, then even deeper into injury time Bury equsalised from a scramble in the area Amoo smashed a shot against the bar the ball bounced around the six yard box before Ellford-Alliyu smashed home the leveller from close range. (1-1)
    Mellor nearly sneaked a winner when his dipping shot finished just the wrong side of the bar.
    A fair result

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