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MATCHDAY RECAP: King’s Lynn 0 Guiseley 1 - Red mist for Linnets in feisty defeat

PUBLISHED: 17:02 14 March 2020 | UPDATED: 09:46 15 March 2020

King's Lynn's Michael Clunan (tracksuit) was sent off by the referee after 1-0 defeat to Guiseley. Picture: Ian Burt

King's Lynn's Michael Clunan (tracksuit) was sent off by the referee after 1-0 defeat to Guiseley. Picture: Ian Burt

Ian Burt Photography

King’s Lynn spurned the chance to go back to the top of National League North after a 1-0 home defeat to Guiseley - with six home players booked and two sent off at The Walks.

Lynn failed to cash in with leaders York one of the games postponed on Saturday in the National North to remain two points behind with two games still in hand.

A big crowd turned up in west Norfolk with all bar a few games lower down the pyramid on, following guidance from the National League at an emergency meeting on Friday afternoon.

Linnets' chairman Stephen Cleeve tweeted on Saturday morning this could be the last game before a full shutdown of football in England.

City legend Culverhouse has guided Lynn into position for a second consecutive promotion triumph and current Canaries' Alfie Payne and Simon Power are currently part of Lynn's title chasing squad.

- Recap the key moments in the matchday blog above.

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