Date: 22nd November 2008 at 4:53pm
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Troubled Chester City drifted further into trouble at the wrong end of the League Two after losing on home soil yet again, this time at home to Aldershot Town.

This game wasn’t exactly a classic and seemed to be drifted towards a goalless draw when Marvin Morgan found the net for the visitors with just seven minutes remaining.

Chester looked stronger and more organised in defence, but the killer blow came when Morgan fired home from close range into the top left corner, past the despairing reaches of goalkeeper John Danby.

It was just what newly promoted Aldershot deserved, who controlled possession for long periods, proving that new City boss Mark Wright has his work cut out prevent Chester from heading back into non-league circles.

Wright, will now be looking to bring in new faces, but needs to ship players out before drafting new blood in before the loan transfer deadline day.

It doesn’t look great for City with the Deva Stadium club falling foul of the wage capping rules and suffering from a transfer embargo.

Chester City: Danby, Linwood, Kelly, Roberts, James Vaughan, Mozika, Hughes, Rutherford, Wilson, Lowe, Johnson.

Substitutes: Rule, McManus, Harris, Barry, Ryan Williams.

Aldershot Town: Bull, Blackburn, Day, Charles, Straker, Soares, Harding, Davies, Hudson, Grant, Morgan.

Substitutes: Chalmers, Elvins, Newman, Sandell, Jaimez-Ruiz.