Mistakes, mistakes, mistakes.
There was misery in Edgeley as the 2,500 loyal supporters who braved the cold and the rain were sent home disappointed as some freak defending and the absence of a goalscoring threat lead to another defeat.
The mood was relatively upbeat in Cheshire in the build up to the match. Despite the visit of high-flying Solihull, supporters were hopeful that the watertight Moors defence could be breached, despite our recent troubles in front of goal.
Breached they were, twice in fact. More than most teams this season. But it was at the other end of the pitch which saw questions arise. I’d like to try and explain some of the defending, but I think it’s best to wait for match highlights to come out.
All that can be said is this, new boy O’Hara hasn’t endeared himself to the County faithful so far, and it wasn’t to do with the fact he’s on loan from United. He’s clearly a talented keeper, but can be argued that a 19 year old without first team experience should come into the team for a top of the table clash? Probably. Although Neil Young is between a rock and a hard place with that one as he’d have received criticism, whichever goalkeeper he chose.
Starting XI: O’Hara, Tonge, Roberts, Connolly, O’Hanlon, Joyce, Baggie, Rule, Odejayi, Evans, Kirby.
Subs: Colley, Morton, Robinson
Goals: O’Hanlon, Kirby