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City go down again

City go down again

After scoring through Leon Best on four minutes the Sky Blues were unable to build on this early confidence booster and went down to a 2-1 loss, conceding two goals to Rob Hulse in a fifteen minute second half period.

To add to what was another disapointing performance the Sky Blues had Jordan Clarke sent off after 64 minutes for a second bookable offence.

Dimi Konstantopoulos saved a Rob Hulse penalty in the 80th minute.

After the early season promise the alarm bells are now ringing for a side in free fall and occupying an all to familar position just above the bottom three.



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Writer:CCFC
Date:Friday November 6 2009
Time: 10:02PM

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Despite the early goal we still lacked the confidence to really go at Derby. Two good finishes for their goals but slack defending all the same
roberts
07/11/2009 10:15:00
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