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Wisbech Town manager Hayes: goals at crucial times and Charley Sanders red card crucial at Loughborough Dynamo in Northern Premier League south east



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Wisbech Town FC manager Seb Hayes said goals at crucial times and the second-half sending-off of Charley Sanders were crucial factors at Loughborough Dynamo.

Wisbech are still second bottom of the Northern Premier League south east division after a 2-0 defeat at mid-table Loughborough.

Forward Sanders received a hotly-disputed straight red card for a tackle in the 59th minute.

Charley Sanders playing for Holbeach in 2017. (19913412)
Charley Sanders playing for Holbeach in 2017. (19913412)

Boss Hayes said: "I couldn't fault anyone.

"In the first 20 minutes we defended well. We did need to get up the pitch a little bit.

"When you're on a bad run there's a lack of confidence at the start but we grew into the game.

"The goal killed us because I thought it was nip and tuck. We won a flick, they picked up the second ball, and a ricochet falls into their striker.

"Even after that, and I don't want to put too much on our keeper, I thought he would save it."

The visitors had a good spell just before the break but could not make this tell.

Tiago Nassunculo had a couple of efforts including a header straight at the home goalkeeper.

Hayes added: "Once we had Charley sent off, which was never a red by the way, it was right in front of the dugout – we all saw it – we had to change formation to 3-4-2.

"We had a couple of half-chances. We played really well in one half.

"It's a question of getting breaks and staying in games."

Loughborough Dynamo made it safe right at the end with the visitors chasing the game.

Wisbech: Wilson, Hart, Marshall, Dougill, Kennelly, Spencer, Draper, Whyatt, Sanders, Nassunculo, Rogers. Subs: Kaye, Maddison, Shackleton.



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