Creasey aiming to lift ‘flat’ Fenmen
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Dick Creasey admitted everything was flat in Wisbech Town's 4-2 defeat to Northampton Sileby Rangers last Saturday.
The Fenmen took a 2-1 lead into the half-time interval thanks to Billy Smith and Alex Beck, but then saw their 15-match unbeaten run ended.And Creasey admitted that the performance – and atmosphere – left a lot to be desired as Wisbech were sent to their first defeat since late October.
'We came in 2-1 at half-time and we probably could have been three or four-nil up,' he said.Butwithin 30 seconds of the second half we'd conceded and we can't hide the fact that it wasn't good defending.'
'Everything was flat – as a team, the supporters and the bench. It was a disappointing day.'
The Fenmen will hope to get back to winning ways today when they travel to promoted side Northampton ON Chenecks.
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