Substitute keeper Ezequiel Alexandrino gets his first touch of the ball.

Substitute keeper Ezequiel Alexandrino gets his first touch of the ball.

Brook Street steadied the ship with a 0-0 draw against sooside athletico at New Home Park this afternoon, but in a cruel twist of fate, kaos c.f’s shock win against Blue Order saw us lose ground at the foot of the table.

“The lads put in a tremendous effort today, and we justifiably earned our point”, said a clearly satisfied Marcus Lövman at full-time, but the coach was clearly gutted that kaos had produced a huge shock in defeating Blue Order to leave Brook Street five points adrift at the bottom end of the table.

“No-one could possibly have envisaged that. It was a real coupon-buster of a result”, he admitted. “I can’t deny I’m disappointed by their result, but we’ve got to concentrate on our own performances, and I feel we performed very well this afternoon, especially given we lost our keeper and captain”.

On the injuries to Ville Yrjölä and Nemanja Janković he said, “They’re not as bad as we first feared and hopefully they’ll both be available for next weekend”.

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