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Hartlepool United 3 - Colchester United 1

F.A. League One

Victoria Park

17.05.10 - 3 pm

Attendance: 3,126

Referee: Mr. J Moss

Hartlepool United
3 - 1
Colchester United
Brown, 11 O'Donovan, 19, 85 (Pen)
 
Henderson, 8
 
Venue: Victoria Park
 
Attendance: 3,126
The Teams
Scott Flinders
 
 
 
Ben Williams
 
 
Neil Austin
 
 
 
John White
 
 
86
Sam Collins
 
 
 
Magnus Okuonghae
 
 
Gary Liddle
 
 
 
Danny Batth
 
 
Peter Hartley
 
 
 
Marc Tierney
 
 
Leon McSweeney
 
 
 
Ashley Vincent
 
 
63
Joe Gamble
 
 
81
 
David Prutton
 
 
Andy Monkhouse
 
 
 
Kemal Izzet
 
 
Roy O'Donovan
 
 
 
Ian Henderson
 
 
James Brown
 
 
 
Kevin Lisbie
 
 
Ritchie Humphreys
 
 
76
 
Clive Platt
 
 
Substitutes
Mark Cook
 
 
 
Mark Cousins
 
 
Ben Clark
 
 
 
Franck Queudrue
 
 
Steve Haslam
 
 
 
Matt Heath
 
 
Antony Sweeney
 
 
76
 
David Fox
 
 
Ritchie Jones
 
 
81
 
Phil Ifil
 
 
Armann Bjornsson
 
 
 
Simon Hackney
 
 
63
Adam Boyd
 
 
87
 
Steven Gillespie
 
 
86
Game Statistics
12
Goal Attempts
12
6
On Target
5
3
Corners
7
12
Fouls
10
1
Yellow Cards
2
0
Red Cards
0
51
%
49




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Writer: Matt_Us Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Sunday April 18 2010

Time: 8:21PM

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Not good enough, we've gone ahead and squandered leads - especially away from home - too often this season, something which has cost us big time...
StevieG Col U
Can't believe we are in this situation. We will be lucky to finish in 8th position. It has been obvious to me and many others for some considerable time that the tactics we employ are very one dimensionable. With a lack of speed and craft in midfield and our best and most experienced central defender languishing at Southend. The players on the bench offer little or no options to change the way we play, they are too similar to those on the field. The first half of the season was acceptable but since then Mr Boothroyd has got the players playing his way--rubbish! Don't hold out too much hope for next season! The style of play is unacceptable and I am wondering if I should renew my season ticket as the entertainment value in the 2nd half of the season has been minimal
ultracritic
 

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