Proc­tor si­lences pen­guin pla­toon

CRAW­LEY ..........2 HARTLE­POOL ....2

The Football League Paper - - LEAGUE ONE - By Thomas Han­nah

Proc­tor and he was able to fire in a low shot that de­flected off Peter Hart­ley.

“The game summed up our sea­son,’’ said Craw­ley boss Richie Barker.“There was some neat football, the odd bit of sloppy de­fend­ing and we are the width of a post from be­ing a very good team.

“There was fan­tas­tic football, ex­cel­lent football and a tremen­dous work ethic.We de­served to win the game. “It’s dis­ap­point­ing to con­cede two goals in the man­ner we did, but to fin­ish the sea­son in the top ten for a team play­ing non-league two years ago is a fan­tas­tic achieve­ment.’’

Pools boss John Hughes said:“It’s nice to end with some pride and we opened up and caused prob­lems. To come back from los­ing a goal and go in front was very pleas­ing. “It would have been nice to win, but this was about the sup­port­ers – they have had a great day out and had two good goals to cel­e­brate.

“Sec­ond half we fell be­hind, but opened up – and we were al­ways go­ing to open up. Andy Monkhouse took his goals well, very good fin­ishes. He linked up well with Luke, who was again a con­stant hand­ful.

“Their equaliser was cruel but that’s football.”

DOU­BLE: Craw­ley’s Michael Proc­tor



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