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Slightly Bemused!

Slightly Bemused!

Considering that before the fixture last night we`d not scored in our last two away games, a statistic we were to extend last night, many supporters around me were questioning why Stuart Fleetwood had been left on the bench again.

Fleetwood, who received praise from Paul Buckle earlier in the season, suggesting that he was the best finisher in the league, must be feeling a bit bemused in recent weeks.

But, when pressed on the situation, Buckle gave the following response to the local media,

"We left Stuart Fleetwood out of the 16 because I felt we had enough out on the pitch for goals"

'Two wingers is more attacking than perhaps we were at Telford when we drew a blank so I was satisfied. It just did not come off tonight."

"We have got the best strikers in this division in my mind and I think they will come good. At the start of the season we were winning games away from home; struggling at home and doing well away but now that has changed and we need to go back to the drawing board.'


So who, out of our quartet of striking talent - Andre Gray, Jon Shaw, Scott Rendell and Stuart Fleetwood, should we start with?

The floor is all yours!



Click here to join in the debate on the club forum.

Writer:Mad Hatter
Date:Wednesday February 13 2013
Time: 5:21PM

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