Although there was a glimmer of light when James Rusby came on during the second half, our injury list remains a serious problem, with no fewer than 7 players in the first team squad out of action with injuries of varying severity, and a serious set-back against high-flying City in a rather ill -tempered game. Truro had a Cody Cooke sent off in the first half whilst Diak John was also red-carded near the end, the decisive goal, an own goal off Rhys Tyler, saw us suffer a 4th successive 1-0 league defeat, although other results saw us remain in 17th place. Saturday’s visit of Billericay in the F.A. Trophy is followed by matches against Chelmsford and Dartford, a daunting prospect which will test everyone at the club. However, the spirit at the club is good and everyone is convinced that we can climb away from the danger of relegation.
With the slope in our favour, we did most of the attacking in the second half and Louie Soares was unlucky when he was unable to get a decisive touch on the ball as it bobbled about in front of the goal and Alex Wall drove a fierce free-kick against the defensive wall from the edge of the penalty area, but Tom Mchale was seldom tested in the visitors goal and when Diak John overlapped down the left in the closing minutes, there was a melee right in the corner, with players from both sides involved and when order was restored, it was John who was punished, although anyone of a number of players might have been punished.It had been another disappointing game and another narrow defeat.
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