Boss looks on the bright side
UCL Division One Huntingdon Town 2 AFC Kempston Rovers 2 MANAGER Paul Swannell praised his side s performance as Huntingdon held their visitors, who have lost just once this season. However, Swannell admitted to being disappointed that his side had faile
UCL Division One
Huntingdon Town 2
AFC Kempston Rovers 2
MANAGER Paul Swannell praised his side's performance as Huntingdon held their visitors, who have lost just once this season.
However, Swannell admitted to being disappointed that his side had failed to take all three points.
Carl Foreman gave the home side the lead inside the first minute after good work from Alyou Coaney, but Town fell behind to two quick goals around the hour mark.
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However, frontman Coaney netted a
spectacular 25-yard equaliser for the home team to earn his side a point.
Scott Lindsey turned in an excellent
performance for Huntingdon and helped
his side clear their lines as Kempston forced a goalmouth scramble in the last five minutes.
Manager Swannell said: "We looked very fluent in the first half, with Adam Collins helping us stay solid in the centre.
"The supporters tell me that they are seeing improvement in the team and we are playing some attractive football, which is nice to hear."
# Town have announced the appointment of three new managers to take charge of the reserve team. Former Huntingdon players Martin Ray, Jamie Donald and Jason Lee will take charge of the second string for at least the remainder of the season.