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 Update  Tuesday 2nd September 2014
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This evening Cambridge United visit Crawley in the Johnstone’s Paint Trophy, the game kicks off at 7.45pm, it will be played to a finish with penalties at the end of 90minutes. The prices are the same as the Ipswich game with under 18’s £1.00 and concession’s £5.00 everyone else £10 where ever you want to sit or stand on the South terrace.
 
We have then two League matches against Rochdale (6th September) and Fleetwood (13thSeptember) both with 3.00pm kick offs.
 
The New Moon (previously the Half Moon) will be open and they have now some Red Devils memorabilia being displayed or in the process of being put up over the next few weeks. It has certainly gone under the hammer and you will be delighted at the new look – it still has all the TV screens, darts and pool tables – it is much brighter looking. Hopefully see you there on Tuesday before our match with Cambridge United.


Goal scoring becoming a problem for the Red Devils
 
MK Dons 2 – Crawley Town 0
 
The Red Devils had the chance of taking all three points on Saturday but again the inability to put the ball in the net was evident, even when former player Kyle McFadzean was shown a red card on 70 minutes for bringing down Izale McLeod for a penalty, the striker failed from 12 yards with the keeper making the easiest of saves. MK Dons were always going to up for the game having played Manchester United off the park with their 4 – 0 win earlier in the week. For the first 20 minutes the visitors weren’t in the game and the home side deservedly took the lead on 15 minutes when Dele Alli beat the defence and scored passed Brian Jensen. The hosts should have been out of side by half time, but thankfully unlike the united game they failed to capitalise on the numerous chance they created. Crawley had to make a change after 18 minutes when an injury to Bobson Bawling saw him being replaced by Emmett O’Conner in midfield. Towards the end of first half, the Red Devils started to get into the game and Izale McLeod had the chance to have levelled the scored but again failed to take the opportunity from Guion Edwards cross.  
The second half started brightly for the visitors and Gavin Tomlin missed an opportunity to even the score line when failing to put his header on target from O’Conner’s cross. Then Crawley had the best chance from the penalty spot on 70 minutes. With this miss, the home side could see they had a chance to take the points. Crawley failed to make the most of the extra man advantage and was still defending free kicks and corners bringing everyone back – Crawley brought on striker Matt Harrold, for Guion Edwards for his debut having been sideline by injury since signing, he had one or two good touches but again nothing in front of the home goal. In added time again the Red Devils were caught out from a quickly taken free kick which the Crawley players were slow in reacting to and allowed Gunner’s loanee Afobe to run through and seal the game for the home side.
 
CHT “Man of the Match” – Conor Henderson
 
ATTENDANCE: 7,148 (244 away)
 
Red Devils -Jensen; Oyebanjo, Leacock, Walsh, Dickson; Edwards (sub: Harrold 77), Henderson, Smith, Bawling (O’Connor 18), Tomlin, McLeod. Unused
Unused subs: Ashdown, Bradley, Young, Banya, Rose.
 
MK Dons: Martin, Lewington, McFadzean, Kay, Potter (Randall 53), Bowditch, Alli, Powell, Baldock, Hitchcock (Carruthers 65), Afobe
Unused subs: McLoughlin, Flanagan, Grigg, Spence, Rasulo,
 
 
 


Below is some info for you – where we are going, their home colours and what the Red Devils may be playing in and how far we are travelling. Our next away game is at Doncaster Rovers we have a 428 mile round trip on a Tuesday evening and will be in the Yellow and Blue kit.

 

Venue/trip

Home Colours

Crawley Colours

Mileage for round trip

Gillingham

Blue & White

Either

106

Leyton Orient

Red & White

Yellow & Blue

112

Colchester

Red & White

Yellow & Blue

180

Swindon

Red & White

Yellow & Blue

220

Coventry City

Sky Blue & White

Either

220

Peterborough United

Blue & White

Either

274

Yeovil

Green & White

Either

288

Bristol City

Blue & White

Either

292

Walsall

Red & White

Yellow & Blue

326

Notts County

Black & White

Either

344

Chesterfield

Red & White

Yellow & Blue

386

Port Vale

Black & White

Either

404

Crewe Alexandra

Red & White

Yellow & Blue

420

Doncaster Rovers

Red & White

Yellow & Blue

428

Scunthorpe United

Claret & Blue

Red & White

474

Bradford City

Black & Yellow

Red & White

492

Oldham

Blue & Orange

Red & White

500

Rochdale

Blue & White

Either

516

Preston North End

Black & White

Either

520

Fleetwood

Red & White

Yellow & Blue

566

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