Crewe Alex: Pre-match stats for Crewe's League One clash with Oldham Athletic
November 8, 2011 – Johnstone's Paint Trophy northern section quarter-final.
OLDHAM ATHLETIC 3
(Kuqi, 12, 59; Scapuzzi, 72)
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CREWE ALEXANDRA 1
CREWE'S Johnstone's Paint Trophy campaign was ended by some classy continental finishing at Boundary Park.
A Finn and an Italian struck the decisive blows to render a super effort from Nick Powell academic and demonstrate the gulf between Leagues One and Two.
Frontline veteran Shefki Kuqi clinically converted two rebounds before winger Luca Scapuzzi, on loan from Manchester City, curled in a sumptuous third goal.
It was Dario Gradi's 1,404th and final official game as Crewe manager, although a cold meant assistant Steve Davis was calling the shots.
Oldham: Gerrard, Mvoto, Black, Diamond, Furman, Adeyemi, Taylor, Lee, Simpson (Mancini, 85), Scapuzzi (Morais, 74), Kuqi (Smith, 78). Not used: Simpson, Clarke.
Crewe: Phillips, Tootle, Martin, Artell, Dugdale, Murphy, Sarcevic (Clayton, 73), Westwood, Miller, Moore (Shelley, 74), Powell. Not used: Martin, Bell, Turton.
WHO WE'D LIKE TO SIGN
Matt Derbyshire: Still only 26, a natural goalscorer looking to prove himself again on loan at Oldham.
WHO TO BOO
Reece Wabara: The 20-year-old defender, who is on loan from Manchester City, starred in the red tops last week for leaving his £100,000 Porche on a pavement rather than a parking spot in Deansgate, earning a ticking off from the police.
MAN IN THE MIDDLE
Mark Haywood (West Yorks): In charge for Crewe's Nicky Maynard-inspired 2-1 home win over Oldham in April 2007 – but has since overseen just one Alex victory in eight matches.
Crewe: Martin, Mellor, Robertson, Davis, Ellis, Bond, Tootle, Murphy, Pogba, Leitch-Smith, Aneke.
Oldham: Bouzanis, Byrne, Mvoto, Grounds, Wabara, Croft, Wesolowski, Furman, Derbyshire, Baxter, Montano.
Chuks Aneke marks his return to with the only goal.