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Hyde United
Atherton Collieries
K Jones (9'), D Brown (86'), P Khamsuk  (69'), R Ellison (53')
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Tue 3 Oct 19:45 - The Evo-Stik League - The EVO-STIK North Attendance 343

HYDE UNITED FC 4 - 0 ATHERTON COLLIERIES

Hyde make it 23 with a majestic second half display

HYDE UNITED FC 4 - 0 ATHERTON COLLIERIES

After the effort needed to overcome Boston on Saturday with only 10 men, you would have forgiven the boys for having heavy legs tonight, but they were outstanding for large parts of this game and deserved the four goals and a clean sheet.

From the whistle, Hyde were at the Atherton back line, and for the opening 10 minutes they really had no answer. Pressing high and forcing Atherton to play long, it seemed like the Tigers had 70/80% possession and it was really no surprise to anyone when the energetic James Burke, won the ball, playing an excellent pass forward to Big Khamsuk who looked up and lobbed the ball forward to Karl Jones who controlled on his chest before curling a right footed shot as he fell past the Atherton keeper. 1-0 Hyde United

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Hyde were in complete control, and raided forward at will, but the second goal didn't come, and they relaxed 10 %, dropping off the press and allowing Atherton to get some time on the ball, and to grow in confidence. That wasn't to say that the Tigers ever looked threatened, they just took their foot off the pedal. Dave McGurk urged them from the sideline to step up and get higher up the pitch, and in the final 5 minutes of the half they did this and started to look a threat again.

HT 1-0 HYDE UNITED

Atherton were pleased in the half time dressing room, and confident that they were still in the game, so much so they made a couple of changes to the personnel and the formation at the start of the second half looking to capitalise on the improvements made in the first half.

Unfortunately for Atherton, this change played into the hands of this outstanding Hyde squad, who upped the tempo and exploited the space they now found in the middle of the pitch, allowing them to get forward in support of the front men and to dominate the play.

Ryan Ellison, making a deserved start after an excellent second half display at Boston and looked a threat on the right. He was rewarded when he latched on to a bouncing ball on the edge of the box, smashing it home from 18 yards to double the Tigers lead. A goal which was celebrated by every Hyde player, appreciating as a squad how much hard work Ryan has put into the season which has been largely spent watching from the bench. 2-0 Hyde United

5 minutes later and the crowd of 343 were treated to a possible goal of the season from Big Khamsuk. A Paddy Miller free kick on the half way line was played into the box and headed half clear by the Atherton number 6 where Big collected the ball about 30 yards out, turning to his left before a half Cruyff turn sat the number 4 on the floor and then with a drop of his shoulder and a roll of his foot over the ball he created enough space to allow time to fire a 25 yard strike into the goal from just outside the left hand edge of the Atherton box. 3-0 Hyde United

Chris Churchman made his first team League debut after a long recovery from injury during pre season, and showed some energy and real ability in the centre of the park, and diddy David Brown came on, made some excellent runs in behind the Atherton back four, and was rewarded with a very well taken goal.

FT 4-0 HYDE UNITED FC

The self belief, togetherness and team spirit is evident for all to see. Darren, his back room staff and the squad can all be pleased with their work so far, and a run of 23 games undefeated, equaling a record set in 1887 (130 years) is a proud record. We move on to the Trophy at Cleethorpes Town on Saturday 7th, before Radcliffe Borough at home in the Manchester Cup on Tuesday 10th and then into Q4 of the FA Cup where we will face Scarborough Athletic FC away on Saturday 14th.

If we are 26 games unbeaten after that, then we can really start to dream of a special season.

#TIGERS


Phattharaphol Khamsuk

Player of the Match

Phattharaphol Khamsuk

Key moments

9:00
Goal Karl Jones scores for Hyde United
52:54
Goal Ryan Ellison scores for Hyde United
69:00
Goal Phattharaphol Khamsuk scores for Hyde United
85:39
Goal David Brown scores for Hyde United

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Highlights

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90:00 Clean Sheet Bonus
Peter Crook keeps a clean sheet for Hyde United
90:00 Player of the Match
Phattharaphol Khamsuk is awarded player of the match for Hyde United
86:00 Assist
Tom Pratt makes an assist for Hyde United
85:39 Goal 4 - 0
David Brown scores for Hyde United Watch the video
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77:00 Sub On
David Brown is substituted on for Hyde United
77:00 Sub Off
Matthew Beadle is substituted off for Hyde United
74:00 Sub On
Peter Boyle is substituted on for Hyde United
74:00 Sub Off
Ryan Ellison is substituted off for Hyde United
69:00 Goal 3 - 0
Phattharaphol Khamsuk scores for Hyde United Watch the video
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61:00 Sub On
Chris Churchman is substituted on for Hyde United
61:00 Sub Off
Karl Jones is substituted off for Hyde United
52:54 Goal 2 - 0
Ryan Ellison scores for Hyde United Watch the video
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End of period 1
9:00 Goal 1 - 0
Karl Jones scores for Hyde United Watch the video
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9:00 Assist
Phattharaphol Khamsuk makes an assist for Hyde United
Start of the game
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As it happened

  • Hyde United
  • Atherton Collieries
  • 0
  • Karl Jones Goal 9:00'
  • Phattharaphol Khamsuk Assist 9:00'
  • Ryan Ellison Goal 52:54'
  • Chris Churchman Sub On 61:00'
  • Karl Jones Sub Off 61:00'
  • Phattharaphol Khamsuk Goal 69:00'
  • Peter Boyle Sub On 74:00'
  • Ryan Ellison Sub Off 74:00'
  • David Brown Sub On 77:00'
  • Matthew Beadle Sub Off 77:00'
  • David Brown Goal 85:39'
  • Tom Pratt Assist 86:00'

Team selection

Crook, Peter Crook, Peter
Harrison, Kyle Harrison, Kyle
Gay, Tyrone Gay, Tyrone
Jones, Karl Jones, Karl
Miller, Paddy Miller, Paddy
Burke, James Burke, James
Ellison, Ryan Ellison, Ryan
Khamsuk , Phattharaphol Khamsuk , Phattharaphol
Pratt, Tom Pratt, Tom
Beadle, Matthew Beadle, Matthew
Lipka , Janni Lipka , Janni
Atherton Collieries
  • 1. Adam Reid
  • 2. Chris Lynch
  • 3. Daniel Lambert
  • 4. Richard Smith
  • 5. Jamie Forbes
  • 6. Daniel Lafferty
  • 7. Ben Hardcastle
  • 8. Bradley Cooke
  • 9. Ashley Woods
  • 10. Iain Howard
  • 11. Gareth Peet
  • 12. Darrhyl Mason
  • 13. Joshua Messer
  • 14. Jordan Cover
  • 15. Johnny Gorman
  • 16. Robert Sadler

League round up

Other The EVO-STIK North results

Ramsbottom United
2
1
0
2
Kendal Town
South Shields
2
0
Trafford
3
1

League table

# Team Pl Pts
1. Scarborough Athletic 23 51
2. South Shields 21 51
3. Prescot Cables 27 49
4. Bamber Bridge 23 48
5. Hyde United 21 46
6. Trafford 28 43
7. Droylsden 23 40

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