Clee Hill United Football Club boss Wayne Whitbread frustrated after 5-2 home win over Shrewsbury United in Mercian League Division One (From Ludlow Advertiser)
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Clee Hill United Football Club boss Wayne Whitbread frustrated after 5-2 home win over Shrewsbury United in Mercian League Division One
Clee Hill United 5 Shrewsbury United 2
CLEE Hill United manager Wayne Whitbread admitted his side ‘missed a bucketload of chances’ in Saturday’s victory over Shrewsbury United.
United led 5-0 at the interval but eased off in the secondhalf and Shrewsbury pulled back two goals.
“I was pleased to have got the win and to have scored five goals - but we missed an absolute bucketload of chances,”
“Their keeper played very well and he saved about eight point-blank chances.”
Braces from both Ollie Smith and Adam War ren and a James Clifford strike put Hill in control in the Mercian League Division One clash.
But Whitbread conceded: “We opened Shrewsbury up at will and we should have improved our goal-dif ference greatly. We could have scored 10.”
United travel to Shawbury United Reserves in the league this Saturday.
“Shawbury is another match in which we must pick up three points if we want to progress and put ourselves in the top half of the table,” said Whitbread. The soon-to-bemarried Graham Whiteman is missing Saturday’s match but Whitbread is hoping to welcome back Scott Jordan and Dave Shorter.