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their rotten recent luck.
“I thought for large parts it was a very good performance, to go 1-0 up and I’m disappointed that we’ve been penalised again for a block in the penalty area,” groaned Jody Brown.
“And then we lose a player and go down to 10 men again.
“We were on the verge of it being a monumental effort from our players but a remarkably bad individual error has let a very good team back into the game.”
Brown could at least count on some sympathy from his opposite number, John Askey.
“We didn’t play as well as we have been and we struggled,” he admitted.
“I thought we were fortunate to end up with the three points. But a win’s a win, it’s another game under our belt and we move on.” 2-2 home draw in October.
TWELVE strikes in all competitions make Richard Brodie their leading scorer, ahead of John Marsden (seven) and Connor (four).
THIS is Southport’s fifth season in the fifth tier, following their 2009/10 title-winning season in the Conference North.
THEIR highest finish in that time is the seventh place they achieved in 2011/12. Last term they were 18th.