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'Pool march on

'Pool march on

A neatly taken half-volley from Wes Hoolahan within the first 15 minutes of the game sent the 'Pool fans into raptures.

Loanee, Robbie Williams made the score 2-0 just before the hour mark with a neatly worked freekick routine that totally deceived the Crewe 'keeper, Ben Williams, to take the left back's tally to 2 goals in as many games - a very shrewd signing indeed, Mr. Grayson!

Keith Southern returned from injury, coming off the bench and rattling the bottom of the post with a rasping volley from outside the area in the second half.

Crewe ended the game pressuring Blackpool and grabbed a late consolation goal from a corner, Shaun Miller heading in at the back post on his debut.



Full Report to follow later tonight


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Writer:Jerry
Date:Saturday March 31 2007
Time: 7:42PM

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Good result today. keep on winning and you never know might get automatic spot.We can dream :D UP THE POOL
Blackford
31/03/2007 20:11:00
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:D that is a rather far-fetched dream imo but stranger things have happened i guess! looking forward to playing the trannymere next weekend...will be the 2nd piece in a 4 piece jigsaw that will make my easter weekend if we win :D
Jerry
01/04/2007 12:34:00
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Great weekend results wise. Bring on the Easter bunnies!
sandgroanun
02/04/2007 12:06:00
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