Date: 17th August 2015 at 11:01am
Written by: Vital CodArmy

Fleetwood’s League 1 season continued with another defeat against Oldham at Boundary Park on Saturday.

It’s not been the start to the season Alexander, and Fleetwood, would have been hoping for with chances missed to cost the Cod Army defeat at Oldham, with captain for the say Sarcevic guilty of missing the best chance.

An Oldham goal came in the first half when Philliskirk (36) got onto a Rhys Turner flick to score what proved to be the winner.

These were the match highlights

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The other results this weekend were as follows:-

Saturday 15th August
Barnsley 1-0 Burton Alb
Blackpool 0-2 Rochdale
Bradford 1-1 Shrewsbury
Bury 2-2 Swindon
Millwall 0-4 Coventry
Oldham 1-0 Fleetwood
Peterboro 2-1 Colchester
Port Vale 1-1 Gillingham
Scunthorpe 2-0 Crewe
Sheff Utd 2-0 Chesterfld
Southend 0-2 Walsall

Sunday 16th August
Wigan 0-0 Doncaster

Looking at these results the stand out one was definitely the Coventry win at Millwall, with Blackpool’s misery continuing with Rochdale beating them at Bloomfield Road.

Coventry, who have started the season well, look to have a real goalscorer on their hands with Newcastle teenage loanee striker Armstrong taking his tally up to four-goals for the club in the opening week included two at the Den on Saturday in this four-nil win for the Sky Blues.

All of that after Millwall missed an early penalty chance to take the lead!

Blackpool, even at this stage, look likely to be a stone that continues to sink following Premier League relegation a few years back and Championship relegation last season, just five-years ago they topped the Premier League however it’s looking ominous that a place in League 2 next season already awaits them….

Fleetwood are back in action this midweek with another League 1 game against in form Bury, who came up from League 2 last season, at Gigg Lane on Tuesday.

A first win of the league campaign, following a draw and this defeat, which came following the League Cup exit to Hartlepool as well, will be the Cod Army aim.


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