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Grant McCann - Northern Ireland

McCann played 71 minutes in Northern Irelands 1-0 defeat by Serbia on Friday night. Playing the majority of his time in his less accustomed position of left midfield, the Irish were dominated by their visitors in the first half but they wasted countless chances.

Although Ireland improved in the second half, Serbia only scored following a dreadful backpass by Rangers Steven Davis, which was intercepted by Serbia`s Marko Pantelic who easily rounded the stranded Irish keeper, Lee Camp, and slotted the ball into the empty net.

Northern Ireland slipped to fifth in Group C but they remain just two points off the play-off position with three games left.

Northern Ireland now travel to Estonia on Tuesday for a match they need to win to remain in contention of qualifying for next years Euro 2012.

David Ball - Rochdale

David Ball followed up the brace he scored for Posh against Stevenage in the Carling Cup with a goal in his first game on loan at Rochdale.

Ball was a constant menace to the Stevenage defence and scored his goal from the edge of the penalty area.

Unfortunately for Ball, he was on the wrong end of a 4-2 score line which was Stevenage`s first ever win at home in League One.

Kelvin Langmead - Northampton Town

Langmead helped the Cobblers rescue a point away at Southend after being 2-0 down.

Bilel Mohsni and Ryan Hall scored long range efforts for Southend before Cobblers scored 2 goals in a six minute spell with the equaliser being scored by former Posh player Aaron Davies.

Danny Mills - Tamworth

Striker Danny Mills came on as a 68th minute substitute for Tamworth in their 1-0 away defeat at Hayes and Yeading.

Tamworth could`ve moved into third place in the Conference had they won this game. They are currently out of the play-off positions on goal difference.

Mat Breeze - Histon

Youngster Breeze was substituted for tactical reasons after only 41 minutes of this Conference North match against high flying Stalybridge Celtic on Saturday, after Histon had goalkeeper Jorg Stadelmann sent off for a professional foul.




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Writer: mwl1967 Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Monday September 5 2011

Time: 2:24PM

 

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