Six goals, a missed penalty, a red card and an Adam Marriott injury time equaliser somehow saw King’s Lynn Town extend their long unbeaten run at Coalville.
It’s a case of once bitten twice shy for King’s Lynn Town boss Ian Culverhouse as he plots a way to muscle his way into the promotion picture.
A catalogue of spurned chances came back to haunt King’s Lynn Town – for the second game in a row.
Ian Culverhouse has a challenge getting the best out of striker Harry Limb – the King’s Lynn Town boss discussed the teenager’s situation with CHRIS LAKEY
Ian Culverhouse is looking to strengthen his side ahead of a testing eight-game spell in December.
King’s Lynn Town dropped the first points under manager Ian Culverhouse this season when the were held by the bottom side in the division.
Ian Culverhouse doesn’t do dramas – and he certainly isn’t into Tales of the Unexpected.
Michael Gash’s double made it three wins in a row – and moved Lynn up to sixth in the table.
Ian Culverhouse knows a good thing when he sees it, and in Frazer Blake-Tracey, he has a player of the highest quality.
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