Morecambe, Colchester and Blackpool

source site With three games to catch up on I’ll get straight to the point: We’re FIFTH…!!! Yes, it’s early in the season. Yes, we’re still only 9 points off relegation. But we’re fifth guys, enjoy the moment. League 2 is incredibly tight, but we’re 7 points from the top of the league, we’ve had a bad run of three losses on the bounce and our goal difference isn’t in negative figures. (It’s not in positive figures either, but you get my point). Morecambe v Crawley 24th September 2016
I didn’t go to Morecambe, hence why I didn’t write a column last week, but having now had the opportunity to talk to a few that did make the journey I apparently missed a good, spirited performance. With 54% of the possession and 16 shots (6 on target) we clearly went to Morecambe on the offensive and we came back with what by all accounts was a well-deserved and battled-for 3 points. Well done to the fans that made the journey, it looks like you were well rewarded for your efforts.

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The game against Colchester was a real game of two halves. With the recent introduction of Kaby Djalo, Crawley controlled the midfield with military efficiency, allowing Clifford and Smith to play further up the field and better support James Collins. Part of this strength came from the fact that they seemed to be putting two men on Enzio, leaving them short elsewhere. Even then though he still managed to get away from them on multiple occasions showing the class that hopefully we’ll get to see for a couple of years yet. The 1-0 lead at half time was well deserved and most of us went in to the bar at half time feeling like we could close out the game in some style. Colchester, for all of their size (and by god do they breed them big in Colchester) seemed to offer little by way of structured response. I felt like we still had another gear to give in the second half and that we were cruising to comfortable victory.

see url Well I’ve been following Crawley long enough that I really should have known better. I still don’t feel in retrospect that Colchester really upped their game in the second half, rather that we sat too deep and made it easier for them than we should have done. When Clifford was substituted in the 54th minute and replaced by Davey I felt that we gave away any initiative that we had and it all started to look rather worrying. It wasn’t the introduction of Davey per se that made the difference, rather the fact that he moved in to the defensive position previously occupied by Djalo and Kaby was forced to sit further forwards in Clifford’s space. In doing this we seemed to lose the engine room somewhat. Kaby was just a little too far forward to carry on his terrier-like game, snapping at the heels of the Colchester giants (well they were to him) and the pressure mounted. Personally I would have preferred Banton to have come on for a straight replacement of Clifford and we could have better held our shape.

follow url In the 88th minute sadly the inevitable happened and we conceded an equaliser. Whilst I accept that our disappointment at a draw speaks volumes for the ambition of the team and club at present, it was still two points that we should not have given away.

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