MATCHDAY: Cheltenham Town 2 Bury 1

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  • Cheltenham Town 1 (Vincent 18, Harrison 82)
  • Bury 1 (Platt 16)

4:59pm

Cheltenham Town 2 Bury 1

4:52pm

45+1 - Amazing point-blank save from Jensen to deny Harrison's volley from close-range.

4:50pm

87 – Jensen palms behind a McGlashan strike from the right.

4:50pm

87 – Jensen palms behind a McGlashan strike from the right.

4:48pm

86 - SUB - Taylor on for Gornell.

4:44pm

82 - GOAL - CHELTENHAM TOWN 2 Bury 1 - Byron Harrison heads past the desperate dive of Brian Jensen to bundle home Jermaine McGlashan's low cross at the bear post,

4:43pm

81 - SUB - Kotwica on for Vincent

4:40pm

78 - SUB - Young on for Miller.

4:30pm

68 - Nardiello hooks a left-footed shot on target from the edge of the box but fails to trouble Brown in the Cheltenham goal.

68 - SUB - Forrester on for Platt.

4:28pm

66 - Jensen makes a flying fingertip save to his left to keep out a Byron Harrison header back across goal from a deep Michael Ihiekwe cross.

4:26pm

65 – Bobbling shot from McGlashan is easy for Jensen.

 

4:25pm

63 - SUB - Harrison on for Cureton

4:19pm

57 - Nardiello prods a shot wide of the far post from a central position inside the box.

4:15pm

54 - Free kick for Bury from a useful position 25 yards out, but Tutte sends his shot well over.

4:15pm

52 – Jensen struggled to get two fists behind a blistering swerving shot from Sam Deering and Troy Brown headed the rebound in the Bury keeper’s arms, although he was ruled offside.

4:12pm

51 - YELLOW - McNulty

4:12pm

50 - Scott Brown gets down low at his near post to gather a stabbed shot from Mayor.

4:11pm

49 - Nardiello flicks over a low ball from Mayor.

4:08pm

Attendance: 2,737 (331 Bury fans)

4:07pm

Second half is underway

3:51pm

2:30pm Sat 1 Mar 14

Eileenshakers says

What's happened to Cameron & Soares?,once both were regulars now they have been consigned to the wilderness not even making the match day squad.

3 points today please lads,not won 3 on the bounce for a wee while but certainly it has been tough on the road for the lads and they have done well.

11 points for the month of February proves David is doing a fine job.There are some pretty tough fixtures coming up from next week onwards but with home advantage and the way the side has been playing and achieving success then we have a good chance and platform to build on and beat our local rivals.

I expect CTFC will learn from their defensive blunders in midweek against Chessy and will be a difficult nut to crack but if we can continue to create chances and more importantly take them then hopefully the lads will prevail.

Welcome to the club Lewis Young let's hope that you have a debut to remember.

3:50pm

3:08pm Sat 1 Mar 14

norwichshaker says

Good luck lads Just lying in the Cape Town sun waiting for the game to start via the Bury Times. Wish I was watching.

3:50pm

Cheltenham Twon 1 Bury 1

3:47pm

Three added minutes

3:47pm

45 - Nardiello fails to connect properly with a Sedfwick cross, heading it across goal. Should have done better.

3:44pm

43 - Great take from Jake Carroll to control a high ball in the box with his left and tee it up before volleying it goalwards with the same foot. His effort was heading for the top corner but was deflected behind for a corner.

3:40pm

The Bury captain made up his own mind that he couldn't carry on but it was not obvious just what his injury was.

Interestingly, he went to give the armband to vice-captain Tommy Miller, but Miller refused it and told him to give it to McNulty.

3:38pm

37 - SUB - Sedgwick on for Jones

3:34pm

32 -Jones does well to track back and charge down a Gornell shot at the near post.

3:32pm

31 - YELLOW - Vincent

3:30pm

29 - YELLOW - Jombati

3:28pm

26 - Bury's defence leave the ball to each other after Matt Richards curls in a free kick and centre back Troy Brown almost nods the bouncing ball past Jensen. 

3:23pm

20 - YELLOW - Deering

3:20pm

18 - GOAL - CHELTENHAM TOWN 1 Bury 1 - Ashley Vincent storms in behind the Shakers defence and beats Brian Jensen, who got a hand to his shot across goal but could not push the ball past his far post.

3:17pm

16 - GOAL - Cheltenham Town 0 BURY 1 - Clive Platt side-footed the ball into the corner from close range after good work from Daniel Nardiello to take the ball to the touchline and pull it back.

3:10pm

Cheltenham keeper Scott Brown looked in trouble after coming out of his goal to challenge Daniel Nardiello, who had raced on to Craig Jones' crossfield ball.

The host's stopper almost lost out to Nardiello, who would have had a clear shot at an open goal, but he managed to win possession of the ball to clear his lines.

3:07pm

Bury have started brightly here at The Abbey Business Stadium, seeing plenty of the ball in the opening five minutes, but no chances as yet.

3:03pm

Bury get the match under way...

2:41pm

Team news

Bury boss David Flitcroft has made one change to the side that won 4-1 at Mansfield on Tuesday night, with Tommy Miller coming back in to centre-midfield and Chris Sedgwick dropping down to the bench.

New signing Lewis Young is handed a place on the bench, with youth striker Anthony Dudley losing his place in the matchday squad.

2:38pm

Full line-ups

CHELTENHAM TOWN: Scott Brown; Ihiekwe, Troy Brown, Elliott, Jombati; McGlashan, Deering, Richards, Vincent; Gornell; Cureton.

Subs: Taylor, Harrison, Roberts, Kotwica, Braham-Barrett, Williams, Brundle.

BURY: Jensen; Veseli, Mills, McNulty; Jones, Tutte, Miller, Carroll; Mayor; Platt, Nardiello.

Subs: Hinds, Procter, Forrester, Sedgwick, Young, Burke, Charles-Cook. 

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2:30pm Sat 1 Mar 14

Eileenshakers says...

What's happened to Cameron & Soares?,once both were regulars now they have been consigned to the wilderness not even making the match day squad.

3 points today please lads,not won 3 on the bounce for a wee while but certainly it has been tough on the road for the lads and they have done well.

11 points for the month of February proves David is doing a fine job.There are some pretty tough fixtures coming up from next week onwards but with home advantage and the way the side has been playing and achieving success then we have a good chance and platform to build on and beat our local rivals.

I expect CTFC will learn from their defensive blunders in midweek against Chessy and will be a difficult nut to crack but if we can continue to create chances and more importantly take them then hopefully the lads will prevail.

Welcome to the club Lewis Young let's hope that you have a debut to remember.
What's happened to Cameron & Soares?,once both were regulars now they have been consigned to the wilderness not even making the match day squad. 3 points today please lads,not won 3 on the bounce for a wee while but certainly it has been tough on the road for the lads and they have done well. 11 points for the month of February proves David is doing a fine job.There are some pretty tough fixtures coming up from next week onwards but with home advantage and the way the side has been playing and achieving success then we have a good chance and platform to build on and beat our local rivals. I expect CTFC will learn from their defensive blunders in midweek against Chessy and will be a difficult nut to crack but if we can continue to create chances and more importantly take them then hopefully the lads will prevail. Welcome to the club Lewis Young let's hope that you have a debut to remember. Eileenshakers
  • Score: 1

3:08pm Sat 1 Mar 14

norwichshaker says...

Good luck lads Just lying in the Cape Town sun waiting for the game to start via the Bury Times. Wish I was watching.
Good luck lads Just lying in the Cape Town sun waiting for the game to start via the Bury Times. Wish I was watching. norwichshaker
  • Score: 2

3:57pm Sat 1 Mar 14

Eileenshakers says...

A good contest with both sides testing each other out in the first half,just hope the loss of Jonah is not too long term and that it doesn't affect the performances of the team today and beyond he's been an important player for us and we all wish him a speedy recovery.

Both managers will have learnt a lot about their players first half performance just need to be a bit more clinical in front of goal and a win is possible,shame we conceeded just after we took the lead.
A good contest with both sides testing each other out in the first half,just hope the loss of Jonah is not too long term and that it doesn't affect the performances of the team today and beyond he's been an important player for us and we all wish him a speedy recovery. Both managers will have learnt a lot about their players first half performance just need to be a bit more clinical in front of goal and a win is possible,shame we conceeded just after we took the lead. Eileenshakers
  • Score: 1

5:31pm Sat 1 Mar 14

Eileenshakers says...

Although this is a disappointing result we have to take the positives that the lads have had to play 4 away games in 11 days and picked up 7 points.

Nards wasn't on his game today, had plenty of chances to score,once Jonah went off we lost our cutting edge.

Perhaps the gaffer needs to curb his enthusiasm,Harrison was a real threat for them once he came off the bench and it could have been a bigger margin of defeat but for our super goalkeeper.

Wonder if the resident Troll will now come out of hiding and start to gloat that will be short lived once we put the Fail in their place next Friday.
Although this is a disappointing result we have to take the positives that the lads have had to play 4 away games in 11 days and picked up 7 points. Nards wasn't on his game today, had plenty of chances to score,once Jonah went off we lost our cutting edge. Perhaps the gaffer needs to curb his enthusiasm,Harrison was a real threat for them once he came off the bench and it could have been a bigger margin of defeat but for our super goalkeeper. Wonder if the resident Troll will now come out of hiding and start to gloat that will be short lived once we put the Fail in their place next Friday. Eileenshakers
  • Score: 5

6:44pm Sat 1 Mar 14

Eileenshakers says...

Ps that's twice that Byron Harrison a former Stevenage player has scored the winner against us in a 2-1 winning margain,maybe we should sign him up in the summer.
Ps that's twice that Byron Harrison a former Stevenage player has scored the winner against us in a 2-1 winning margain,maybe we should sign him up in the summer. Eileenshakers
  • Score: 0

9:29pm Sat 1 Mar 14

easylife44 says...

So we have been beaten by a middle table team...no problem. WE are playing so well on the whole we are going to come un stuck at some point but look at the away points 7 from 12. Superb!! Should have probably been a draw, but hey the took their chance.

Now onto dale and let's see what happens. The fans will be up for it and I am sure Flickers will have the team motivated and ready.

I agree with Eileen, Nards was way off today....sure he will be ready for Friday!!

Well done lads, great away form over 4 games...
So we have been beaten by a middle table team...no problem. WE are playing so well on the whole we are going to come un stuck at some point but look at the away points 7 from 12. Superb!! Should have probably been a draw, but hey the took their chance. Now onto dale and let's see what happens. The fans will be up for it and I am sure Flickers will have the team motivated and ready. I agree with Eileen, Nards was way off today....sure he will be ready for Friday!! Well done lads, great away form over 4 games... easylife44
  • Score: 1

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