EbeneInfo – GB – Reaction from Ian Culverhouse to Linnets’ victory, plus Lupano’s future – and Gash’s return


A first half header by Rory McAuley and a late penalty by Adam Marriott made back-to-back wins and, most importantly, clean sheets for the Linnets, who are now 12th in the table

While Lynn worked well on the counterattack in the midweek win at Barnet, it was a case of role reversal as the visitors mounted rearguard action

“Alright » said Culverhouse « I thought our form was good, obviously they came up with a game plan to hit us at the counter and created some good opportunities for us, but I thought we had enough of them. well assembled

« We did it at Barnet so we had to be patient in possession and work our openings and I thought we were good on the ball today »

McAuley made another big change after his midweek effort at Barnet and opened the scoring in the 43rd minute, coming home in the perfect Michael Clunan corner

« Good set-play which is nice as we don’t score a lot of sets on the sets and he attacked it really well, » Culverhouse said

Sonny Carey was caught by Kairo Mitchell but his left-footed shot didn’t have enough prick and the keeper saved with ease

Mitchell then did well to light the zone but his rising shot was too high

Lynn should have gone ahead when Kyle Callan-McFadden’s new deliberate defensive forward found Ross Barrows, who played him inside to Sam Kelly who reciprocated Barrows entered the zone , pulled it out for the hurry Alex Brown, but the defender pushed him back 10 meters

The breakthrough came before half-time, then Marriott buckled it 12 yards after Mitchell was knocked down, a foul that resulted in a red card for Ryan Hanson, who was joined after the kickoff. final whistle when manager Andy Hessenthaler was shown a red for dissent

Culverhouse made two changes to their starting lineup, Callan-McFadden given his debut ahead of Danny Lupano on loan and Sonny Carey replacing Ryan Jarvis

Lupano was loaned out for a month by Hull City, but Culverhouse said that would not be extended now

Lynn’s boss has also said forward Michael Gash, who hasn’t played this season since a summer illness, will be on the bench for the FA Cup second round game next Saturday in Portsmouth

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EbeneInfo – GB – Ian Culverhouse’s reaction to Linnets’ victory , plus Lupano’s future – and Gash’s return

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