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Buster goes from zero to hero
Posted by Webmaster
Nov 4, 2017, 17:45

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On paper it looked a comfortable win, but it was anything but. It was a strange game, but for a superb showing from the visiting keeper, City could have had a scuttle full, as it was, they saw the leagues second bottom side draw level on the hour, and when Buster Harradine gave away the ball in the centre circle allowing Fleet clean through trouble seemed to be brewing. Fortunately the effort was foiled and City broke upfield themselves and Harradine became the hero as he burst through to settle nerves. City pulled away with further goals from Salim Relizani and Lewis Wilson, but the score line certainly didnít tell the whole story... Report

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