Guildford City 6 Fleet Town 1

After a couple of victories it seemed that Fleet were turning the corner and starting to become a little more consistent in their performances. Unfortunately they had to travel to Guildford to play a team with a new manager, in a ground that Fleet very rarely got a result.

There is not a great deal to say about the performance from the men in blue, they went behind within the first 5 minutes of the game and never really challenged Guildford in any way shape of form. Guildford scored another 2 goals in the first half without Fleet making the Guildford goalkeeper make a save. It seems that words were had at half-time in the Fleet changing room. Half-time 3-0

Any hope that Fleet were going to be a changed team in the second half were soon dispelled when Guildford some how missed 2 clear cut chances to extend their lead. Fleet did pull a goal back through Kofi Halliday with a nice finish, but 3-1 was the best it got for Fleet. Normality was resumed as Guildford added another 3 goals in the second half. Guildford outplayed Fleet in every aspect of the game and didn’t look in any difficulty at all. Full-time 6-1

Fleet’s next home game is against Raynes Park Vale on Saturday 16th October, kick off 3.00pm. With Raynes Park Vale sitting in 4th in the league things do not get any easier.

Fleet: 1. Lee Allen, 2. Alfie Neville, 3. Tom Wensley, 4. Sam Williams, 5. Stuart Derry, 6. Brad Passfield, 7. Kieran Nagle-Kelly, 8. Rowan Sharratt, 9. Dan Bone, 10. Billy Oram, 11. Kofi Halliday

Subs: 12. Ellis McLean (2), 14. James Beauchamp (9), Dan Framp (4), Fareed Hakeem-Habeeb (7), Sean Hayes

Goals: Kofi Halliday (55 mins)

Man of Match: 

Attendance: 143