IT'S ALL WHITE ON THE NIGHT; VANARAMA NATIONAL LEAGUE: Chester Show Stomach for the Fight EBBSFLEET 0 CHESTER FC 1

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IT'S ALL WHITE ON THE NIGHT; VANARAMA NATIONAL LEAGUE: Chester Show Stomach for the Fight EBBSFLEET 0 CHESTER FC 1


HARRY WHITE'S first goal for Chester FC earned them a huge three points with a 1-0 success at play-off chasing Ebbsfleet United, who finished the game with 10 men.

White converted against the run of play on 21 minutes to seal the points - and the Blues were full value for the victory.

If the defeats to Halifax and Guiseley over the festive period were gutless, this was anything but.

Organised and executed superbly, it was a performance full of heart, desire and passion. The task may still be monumental to survive but they will give themselves a chance with more performances of this ilk.

A late leveller for Tranmere at Barrow means Chester, whose success was their first away win since August, are now six points off safety.

Having suffered last-gasp heartbreak in the 1-1 draw at Guiseley, where a 94th-minute strike denied Marcus Bignot's side all three points, Chester made the long trek to Kent in desperate need of the points in their fight against the drop.

There was just one change to the team that drew at Nethermoor on New Year's Day with Tom Shaw coming in for John McCombe, and there was a spot on the bench for Ross Hannah who hadn't featured since the loss to Guiseley on Boxing Day after an injury.

As they did at Guiseley on Monday, Chester set up in a 4-4-2 formation with Andy Halls partnering Ryan Astles in the heart of defence.

The play-off chasing home side started on the front foot and a tame James Akintunde effort from 18 yards was the sum of Chester's early efforts. …

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