It was a long journey home to Truro last evening after suffering a 3-1defeat to Chippenham. It was disappointment all round not only for the team but also to the many supporters who made the trip on a very cold Tuesday.
Why did we let in three goals in such a short period of time? Steve Massey put it down to a mad eight minutes, maybe, but we have got to do better.
Our margin of safety has been used up earlier in the season and now as the league stands there is no room for error if we are going to make the playoffs. The saving grace and a beacon of light on the night was Cody Cook who made a lone defiant stand by delivering a 30 yard screamer hard in to the back of the Chippenham net to the absolute delight of all the Truro City fans which silenced the opposition and amplified the TISA contingent.
We have learned a lesson and now we move on - it’s a home game against Biggleswade Town on Saturday followed by another away Tuesday night game at Hungerford. We need now to have a win-win result.
The desired outcome is well within our capability especially as the Club has an unrivalled and overwhelming sense of unity about it at this time.
This Saturday at Treyew Road all supporters both home and away can enjoy both the selection of no less than six real ales and ciders at £2 per pint in our modern spacious bar and the new annex Marquee erected especially for the Christmas period.
Supporting Truro City both Home and Away has to be a must do!.