The Mariners find the blues all at sea

Reflecting on the Blues 1-0 home defeat at Adams Park last Saturday to Grimsby Town, one can only say in fairness that they thoroughly deserved to beat the Blues. Wycombe Wanderers had remained unbeaten in Coca-Cola League Two for the previous twenty matches and are currently still league leaders. Sadly we did not look like a top of the table side, and were all at sea. Grimsby Town were quicker to the ball, motivated and played the better football.

During the match two Chairboys team mates had accidental collision when challenging for the same ball, resulting in Leon Johnson having to leave the field, with what looked like a broken nose. This meant that on loan from Ipswich Town player Chris Casement had to move to a central defensive role. Although Casement did the work of a mullion in the defense for the rest of the match, supporting the defense, the Blues failed to take the window of opportunity to increase their lead in the division, missing the few clear cut chances they created.

If the Blues are going to get promotion this season Peter Taylor still has plenty of work to do, as the pack are now closing in and if Brentford win their game in hand Wycombe Wanderers will need to get back to winning ways soon.


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