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Bewdley were a tough nut to crack - claims Wyton
10:22am Thursday 5th September 2013 in Football
DUDLEY Town took their recent goal tally to 18 in three games despite only beating Bewdley Town 2-1 this week.
Robins manager Andy Wyton exclaimed: “No disrespect to recent opposition, but Bewdley were a much tougher nut to crack on their own ground”.
Wyton brought in 16 year old goalkeeper Will Hunt to replace the suspended Tom Harper and his first act involved picking the ball out of the back of the net after Luke Towler headed Bewdley into a third minute lead.
Dudley were back level before half time through Rob Whitley, but it was substitute Sam Agar who sealed the points, coming off the bench to bag the winning goal with just two minutes remaining.
Wyton insisted: “Most strikers would have just smashed the ball and hoped for the best, but Sam kept his cool after the ‘keeper parried his initial shot and walked the ball past him and a defender to slot home”.
Wyton added: “We should have scored a third when Ross Love headed home from an Agar free kick, but he was ruled offside. It was never offside in a million years!
Dudley have a home contest with Bilston Town this week before entertaining Leek CSOB on Saturday in the FA Vase.
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