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Star date: 29th January 2011 

SUPER SALFORD STUFF FYLDE

What's all this talk of Salford City superstar Steve Foster going to Altrincham FC? He played one game. Alty thought they were getting the City's crown jewel forever. No chance!  As Fozzy hit another hat-trick for the Ammies at AFC Fylde this afternoon!

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6-2 TO STEVE FOSTER

Super Salford City soared into 9th place in the Unibond First Division North with a sensational 3-1 victory over AFC Fylde.  Promotion hopefuls Fylde hadn't lost a game since 16th October, when they were stuffed 3-1 by the Ammies at Moor Lane thanks to a Steve Foster hat-trick. And their 14-match unbeaten run came to an end after another 3-1 win for Salford, and yet another Foster hat-trick. No wonder the Salford fans were singing `Can we play you every week?' by the end.

Salford took the lead in the 40th minute with a penalty scored by Foster. The Salford players and fans were screaming `Handball!', but, bizarrely, Mr Johnson the ref gave a pen for a foul by the keeper that nobody else saw - he's got a bit of form for doing this kind of thing though see here). Fylde equalized almost immediately, but Foster retaliated by grabbing his billionth goal of the season to make it 2-1 at half-time.

Fylde piled on the pressure in the second half, but Salford defended heroically. And in injury time, Steve Foster completed his hat-trick, knocking the ball past the on-rushing keeper before belting it triumphantly into the empty net.

`6-2 to the Fozzy' and `Rhodri Giggs' Tangerine Army' sang the fans. Yet another fantastic performance from Salford, and another superb hat-trick from Steve Foster.

Report and Photos by Andrew Goudie

de baaaaaarman wrote
at 7:15:44 AM on Wednesday, February 2, 2011
bring on mossley @ weekend. ---warning--- ---bad joke alert--- sheep walked into a pub....landlord said yer baaaaaaaahhhed
 
Debbie Dore wrote
at 9:34:08 AM on Sunday, January 30, 2011
Fossy was great but the whole team were brilliant
 
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