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City still searching for answers
Posted by Webmaster
Dec 8, 2018, 16:59

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The good news is that City finally found their scoring touch after three games without a goal, the bad news is it did nothing to arrest the side's dramatic slump in form that has now seen them lose five on the bounce. Two down in around half an hour, City fought back through Ryan Sharman and James Hall to pull level by the hour mark only to concede two from set-piece siuations to go back to square one with 20 minutes left. Hall reduced the arrears from the penalty spot with three minutes from time, then in the final moments of the encounter, Mickey Davies saw his effort brilliantly blocked to deny City a moral boosting point... Report

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