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30/04 Kidderminster Part 2
By: Tony Butcher
PARKINSON, hello over there, offside - wellied the ball into the side netting. Why do you need to know that?
Kidderminster Harriers 1 Grimsby Town 4
Reddy flicked a bouncing ball away from a defender on the half way line and was free again, but the referee cruelly, harshly, and dreadfully awarded Kidderminster a free kick, booking the glimmerman in the process. Why? Handball. What are the odds on refs seeing that, these days. He hadn't caught it and put it under his jumper, or anything.
For some odd reason Kidderminster started to get stuck in to Town in the last five minute; legs clattered, full frontal assaults, barging and charging, Town players scattered across the field like confetti. Crowe felled, Jones hacked, Pinault down on the ground, no free kick given. What do they have to do before Town get a free kick? Kiddie pressure; Crane the bulwark, the bulkhead, the brawny, beefy backstop. Williams flapping madly at a dinkled cross into his 6 yard box. At shoulder height with no Harrier close, Williams missed it completely. A Town fan spilt his vegetable broth.
There were some minutes of added time, frankly my dear, who gives a damn how long. These minutes were filled with grown men skipping, and much pondering on the matter of Sven Baas. He isn't another one of George Weah's cousins is he? Or does it live in Chapman's Pond?
Half time: Kidderminster Harriers 0 Grimsby Town 2
What a half! What - a half? Kidderminster emptied half their glass into Town's beaker on this post-season picnic. The Kidderminster experience had been most pleasing. Town only had to trot, the hosts were extremely generous in all respects. Town had been sufficiently adequate to cope with the Kidderminster players. Town didn't pass the ball much, they didn't have to. Town didn't have many attacks, they didn't have to. Town didn't have the ball much, they didn't have to, Kiddy kept giving it back. Town's defence headed all the crosses and corners away, but looked really rickety and rockety when the ball was on the floor and the red mist parted. The back three got away with it. Forbes was missed and Ramsden missed being in the centre; he looked extremely uncomfortable playing out wide.
But that's being picky, isn't it. Town 2-0 up away from home. Nothing can go wrong now, can it?
Stu's Half Time Toilet Talk
"He's like a Northern Counties East Premier Division Juninho."
The report continues in the Second Half.
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