October 2, 2012
Fleetwood put Minstermen to the sword
|York City||Fleetwood Town|
|24 Michael Ingham||1 Scott Davies|
|23 Chris Doig||3 Dean Howell|
|4 Chris Smith||28 Youl Mawene|
|6 Daniel Parslow||12 Junior Brown|
|16 Jamal Fyfield||5 Steve McNulty|
|20 Jon Challinor||2 Shaun Beesley|
|17 Matty Blair||20 Damien Johnson|
|26 Patrick McLaughlin||18 Jamie McGuire|
|11 Michael Coulson||27 Alex Marrow|
|10 Ashley Chambers||26 David Ball|
|9 Jason Walker||32 Tom Barkhuizen|
|1 Paul Musselwhite||Chris Maxwell 16|
|22 Clarke Carlisle||Alan Goodall 13|
|27 Charlie Taylor||Barry Nicholson 11|
|12 Lee Bullock||Jamie Milligan 8|
|13 Jonathan Smith||Lee Fowler 10|
|7 Jamie Reed||Jon Parkin 9|
|14 Oli Johnson||Steven Gillespie 19|
|Oli Johnson for Michael Coulson (70)||Alan Goodall for Dean Howell (47)|
|Lee Bullock for Daniel Parslow (70)||Barry Nicholson for Tom Barkhuizen (54)|
|Charlie Taylor for Patrick McLaughlin (83)||Steven Gillespie for David Ball (82)|
|Jamal Fyfield (43)||Junior Brown (41)|
|Jon Challinor (74)||Damien Johnson (64)|
|· Rosters: York City | Fleetwood Town|
Fleetwood continued their impressive start to life in the Football League as they survived an early onslaught to seal a 2-0 win over York.
The Minstermen started the game where they had left off at Aldershot at the weekend with both Matty Blair and Jamal Fyfield testing Scott Davies before Michael Coulson struck the bar.
After riding their luck for the majority of the first half the visitors opened the scoring with their first effort on goal in the 35th minute through Junior Brown. The winger produced a spectacular effort from distance to find Michael Ingham's top corner via the slightest of deflections.
Just past the hour mark it looked as if the visitors would give themselves a two-goal cushion as David Ball rounded Ingham only to see his effort cannon off the post before Jamie McGuire's follow-up was blocked on the line.
With three minutes remaining substitute Steven Gillespie sealed the win for Fleetwood as he got on the end of Brown's flick-on to calmly slot past Ingham.