Parry likened to German great for Telford!
Three Hatters men out on loan were on target for their clubs over the weekend.
Andy Parry, pictured, scored the pick of them, a superb swerving 35-yard effort, in AFC Telford’s 1-1 draw with Grimsby Town. Click here to watch it.
The former Southport man quite clearly made an impression during the game.
The official Telford twitter account tweeted: “Andy Parry, Lothar Matthäus like in his ball playing, striking and reading of the game so far. Immense performance so far, spraying passes.”
Meanwhile teenage striker Zane Banton scored his first senior goal for Hemel Hempstead in their 2-1 FA Trophy win at Truro City.
Also in the Trophy, winger Kynan Isaac netted in Oxford City’s 6-1 thrashing of Lewes.
In the Conference Premier striker Alex Wall made his debut on loan at Bristol Rovers but was replaced at half-time in the Pirates’ win over Welling.
Matt Robinson played his final game for Kidderminster, who lost 2-1 at Altrincham, whilst Solomon Taiwo helped Dover record an excellent 2-1 win at Gateshead.
In the Southern Premier defender Brett Longden made his debut for Arlesey in their 2-0 defeat to Hungerford, and finally striker Lee Angol came on as a substitute in Boreham Wood’s 4-0 defeat to Concord Rangers in the Trophy.