Bromsgrove Sporting midfielder Robbie Bunn writes for The Standard in his weekly column and reflects on the victory over Quorn and Liam Spink’s leg break picked up against Nuneaton Town on Tuesday night.
SATURDAY, against Quorn, was a game where the boys were not 100 per cent at it in the first half and although I felt we were still the better side.
We were 1-0 down at the break due to a penalty decision which definitely could have been argued against.
The gaffer called me in at half-time and told me I would be getting 45 as things needed to be done to change the way in which the game was going. Change it did and not long after the interval we had levelled and then took the lead.
After the two sendings-off it was always going to be a Sporting win and the boys added two more goals to ensure the three points would be ours.
The main thing was the three points and we managed to grab them.
That was great and it was also an added personal bonus of getting back out there with the boys and coming through the half without any more damage to the injury.
As we talk about injuries I must add that I am truly gutted for Liam Spink after he broke his leg on Tuesday night.
He is a top, top player and also a very nice lad who will be sorely missed by all the lads and management team.
It was brilliant to see the reaction of all the local sides in and around our level of football and I’m sure Liam is humbled by the massive amounts of support he has been offered and given.
From all the boys at Sporting, speedy recovery mate!!