Seasiders suffer costly defeat at Woodbridge

Essex County Standard: Seasiders suffer costly defeat at Woodbridge Seasiders suffer costly defeat at Woodbridge

FC CLACTON suffered a hugely disappointing 2-1 defeat at Woodbridge Town tonight.

The hosts started the night bottom of the Thurlow Nunn League premier division but netted in either half to establish a 2-0 lead.

Aaron Condon then pulled one back with a well-placed free-kick.

But despite plenty of late pressure, the Seasiders were unable to secure a share of the spoils.

Woodbridge's victory has taken them off the bottom of the table, as they have leapfrogged Wivenhoe Town.

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11:06pm Wed 2 Apr 14

Mr Honest says...

This result confirms Eldridge is out of his depth. The guy is arrogant and a poor man manager who instils poor discipline. What signal does it send to the young players when Eldridge plays his mate Wayne Chapman in midweek games but Chapman plays for border league side Gas Rec on Saturdays? Its all wrong.
This result confirms Eldridge is out of his depth. The guy is arrogant and a poor man manager who instils poor discipline. What signal does it send to the young players when Eldridge plays his mate Wayne Chapman in midweek games but Chapman plays for border league side Gas Rec on Saturdays? Its all wrong. Mr Honest
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9:23am Thu 3 Apr 14

totallyfootball says...

I could not agree more, this Guy is out of his depth at most levels and is far from suitable to have a round youngsters, a few year ago he asked one of my youngsters outside because he did not agree with what he said highly inappropriate, Clacton FC only have themselves to blame for where they are now after poor manager choices!
I could not agree more, this Guy is out of his depth at most levels and is far from suitable to have a round youngsters, a few year ago he asked one of my youngsters outside because he did not agree with what he said highly inappropriate, Clacton FC only have themselves to blame for where they are now after poor manager choices! totallyfootball
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