Press Round-Up: Home v Bromley
We have all the reaction to Saturday's 1-0 defeat home to Bromley.
National League - Saturday 11 November 2017, 15:00
Images courtesy of Chadwick Media - Guiseley 0-1 Bromley
PONTEFRACT COLLIERIES marched into the third round of the FA Vase for the first time in their history as Vaughan Redford's hat-trick inspired a dramatic 4-2 success at Hall Road Rangers after extra-time. Hall Road took a 17th-minute lead through Joshua Batty and looked destined for the last 32 when Christopher Spinks doubled their advantage 11 minutes before the break.
Iffy Allen's back heel finish three minutes into stoppage time saw Bromley snatch victory against a resilient ten man Guiseley although Bromley were nearly made to pay the price for two missed penalties in a game of high drama at Nethermoor Park. With home side Guiseley unbeaten in five league and cup games and resurgent...
Kent Sports News
Guiseley AFC 0 v 1 Bromley (Vanarama National League) After the excitement of last week's FA Cup draw against Accrington Stanley, the Lions got back to the bread and butter of the Vanarama National League this week with a home game against Bromley. Manager Paul Cox made two changes from last weekends team bringing in...
Guiseley 0 Bromley 1 GUISELEY suffered defeat in heartbreaking circumstances as Bromley snaffled a stoppage-time winner against a side who had played with ten men from the third minute. Lions skipper Ashley Palmer hooked away the foot of visiting striker Louis Dennis when he looked odds on to score.
Bradford Telegraph and Argus
Bromley boss Neil Smith says their 1-0 win at Guiseley showed what the team is all about.
Bromley took all three points for the second year running at Nethermoor Park, after an extraordinary encounter provided a stoppage time winner. The Lions started the game on the front foot and nearly made their bright start count barely a minute in, as Ash Palmer headed a deep free kick across goal before Kayode Odejayi scuffed a shot so wide it went out for a throw in.
Bromley Football Club
Bromley finally found a way past the impressive Jonathan Maxted in stoppage time to beat 10-man National League strugglers Guiseley. Maxted saved two penalties, the first after home captain Ash Palmer was sent off with just two minutes on the clock, but his efforts were not rewarded as Iffy Allen struck at the death.
Ten man Guiseley were defeated in the last minute against Bromley despite keeper Jonny Maxted saving two penalties. The two saves were made early and late on in the match, but Iffy Allen was in the right place to score in the 94th minute.
Guiseley returned to National League action this afternoon against high flying Bromley and despite playing with ten men for 88 minutes, and Jonathan Maxted saving two penalties, the Lions were eventually undone three minutes into injury time by substitute Iffy Allen's tap in that gave the visitors a barely deserved win.
Guiseley's new assistant manager Adam Murray talks to Tom Feaheny