Date: 28th September 2010 at 9:46am
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So to Crewe and an all Cheshire contest that raises more than the customary grin. Can the Crazy gang cast the spear of destiny into the heart of carpet football, or will Darios Dazzlers trample on Simmo`s mantra of who dares wins.


Ahhhhh into the Gresty Coliseum goes the Macc attack this glorious evening. It could be three to them or three to us, but football me thinks will be in the winner this night. As to how many will venture from the Champions league armchairs and leave the TV tins of ale for football in the flesh? Well that is a question a million dollars away from the Silkmen`s crazy gang.

Forget bravado come see the aficionados of – well we never no quite what – but one thing has to be said they will never accept their lot.

Vital Quotes:

Crewe Team News:

Crewe

13 Taylor
3 Blanchett 5 Artell 6 Ada 15 Mitchell-King
4 Westwood 8 Murphy 11 Grant 12 Bell
7 Donaldson 10 Miller

Substitutes
26 Garratt, 2 Tootle, 23 Dugdale,9 Zola, 14 Moore, 18 Leitch-Smith, 25 Powell

Player to watch: Donaldson

Donaldson and Zola can destroy any side on their day although the Railwaymen are a far cry from that 7-0 win earlier in the season

Macclesfield Team News:

Although there could be a reshuffle if Tramarco sits the game out, Simmo will continuue with his spear with Colin Daniels dropping back to left back and a return for a class act.
——–The Spear 4-3-2-1———–


—————–1 Veiga——————
–2 Reid— 5 Brown– 6 Morgan– 3 Tremarco——
—-4 Bencherif —- 8 Draper– —–7 Chalmers
——–9 Sinclair———- 11 Daniel ——-

——————–23 Barnett——————

13 Cudworth (G)12 Beardsley (D) 19 Lowe (D)20 Hamshaw (M) 17 Samuel Wedgbury (M)26 Adam Roberts (M) 24 Vinny Mukendi (F)

Player to watch: Barnett The Inter City 125

Hamza is on a roll as is Draper but Barnett you feel will seal the deal at the Railwaymen

Match Facts & Stats

Match Facts & Stats Title

Crewe Alexandra

Form
Home 8
Away 13th
Overall 8th

Biggest Home Win 7-0 Barnet
Biggest Away Win –
Heaviest Home Defeat 0-1 Hereford United
Heaviest Away Defeat Cheltenham Town 3-2
Highest Aggregate Score 7-0 Barnet


Goal scorers
Shaun Miller 4
David Artell 3
Clayton Donaldson 2
Luke Murphy 2
Ashley Westwood 1
Calvin Makongo Zola 1

Assists
Westwood 5
Donaldson 1
Miller Murphy 1
Tootle 1
Grant 1

Keeper Corner
Rhys Taylor
Games 8 Saves 43 Clean sheets 2


Yellow Cards
Shaun Miller 1
Ashley Westwood 1
David Artell 1
Calvin Makongo Zola 1
Lee Bell 1
Matt Tootle 1


Ker-Ching

Highest Gate 4584 Oxford United
Lowest Gate 3171 Barnet
Average Attendance 4032
Total Turnstile Clicks 16128

Maccs Stats – Heroes & Villains

Home Record 23rd
Away Record 2nd
Overall Record 19th

Biggest Home Win –
Biggest Away Win – 1-2 Wycombe
Heaviest Home Defeat 0-2 Stockport
Heaviest Away Defeat Accrington Stanley 3-0
Highest Scoring game Stevenage 2-2


Heroes & Villains


Goal Scorers

2 Tyrone Barnett, 2 Daniel 2 Mukendi, 2 Nat Brown
2 Sinclair, 1 Bencherif, 1 Daniel, 1 Draper.


Assists
2 Hamshaw
1 Sinclair
1 Brisley
1 Tremarco

Keeper Corner
Jose Veiga the Cape Crusader
Games 9 Saves 48 Clean sheets 0


Yellow Cards
Paul Bolland 2
Vinny Mukendi 2
Ross Draper 2
Tyrone Barnett 1
Paul Morgan 1
Carl Tremarco 1



Ker-Ching

Highest Gate 3915 Port Vale
Lowest Gate 2720 Chesterfield
Average Attendance 3019
Total Turnstile Clicks 12,076

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