Match Report:- Wyrley Juniors United U14’s Season 2014-15

Lichfield League Division 1.

Wyrley Juniors United 3 v Chasetown Colts 0

United took the game to the Colts from the start, Alex Price won possession on the left, he fed Sam Foreman who in turn found Tom Wheeldon in the outside left position, he cut inside his defender and played a decent ball across the box which somehow found it’s way to Elliot Crook for a simple tap in. Colts reacted well to gain a bit more possession but lacked quality in the final third of the pitch. In contrast United retain the ball well and passed the ball neatly at times on a difficult surface, Callum Ward held the ball up and began to link with others to help keep United’s game flowing. United had a couple of half chances before Ward ran onto a ball dropping on the left hand edge of the 18 yard box, he never took his eye off the ball and lifted it over the advancing keeper, who a moment later took Callum out, his effort went goal bound but unluckily bounced over the bar. The ref blew after playing a short advantage for a free-kick, Ward then stepped up and curled a shot accurately to the keepers left, the keeper did well to reach it but could only palm it into the net.

United picked up the tempo in the second half, Wheeldon had a couple of chances that the keeper did well to save, most of us watching thought it just wasn’t going to happen for him today, Liam Morley, Elliot Crook and Foreman had half chances but they just couldn’t hit the target. With ten minutes to go man of the match Wheeldon finally got the bit of luck he deserved, when he cut in from the right to beat the keeper at his near post. United ran out convincing winners.

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