Dale Eve has opened up to discuss his remarkable journey to Spennymoor.
The wind and rain is swirling around The Pure Stadium as the last remaining glimpse of daylight seeps away into the winter sky above Southport. David Morgan, who has yet to fail from 12 yards for the Sandgrounders, has the chance to haul his side back into contention following a faultless first half performance from Moors.
Goals from Adam Blakeman and Glen Taylor, both inside the opening 20 minutes, have Jason Ainsley’s side in command and on course for a first clean sheet of the season. It’s a big moment in the game, with a successful spot-kick reigniting a previously inevitable conclusion. Three points could suddenly become one. Aside from the obvious bigger picture, it was also a huge moment for the man Morgan would be facing.
The season was seven games old for Moors, and, despite an FA Cup exit at the hands of Chester, the outlook in the league was positive following a strong start. The only thing that was missing was a clean sheet; the holy grail for goalkeepers. The holy grail for Dale Eve.
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