Nahki Wells & Reggie Lambe’s Teams Defeated

January 17, 2015

Both Nahki Wells and Reggie Lambe were in action today [Jan 17], with both footballers teams recording losses, with Huddersfield losing 2 – 0, while Mansfield Town lost 3 – 2.

Nahki Wells and Huddersfield Town took on Middlesbrough in Championship League action in front of 18,576 fans at the Riverside Stadium, losing 2 – 0, with Wells playing the whole 90 minutes.

Reggie Lambe and his Mansfield Town teammates were in action today in League Two, losing 3 – 2 to Exeter City in a home game. Lambe started the match and was replaced in the 62nd minute by Matty Blair, who was making his Mansfield Town debut, having joined the club from Fleetwood Town earlier this week.

Vine of the Huddersfield team, including Wells, arriving for today’s game:

Last Saturday was the anniversary of Wells club record arrival from Yorkshire neighbours Bradford City and speaking to the club’s website, the 24-year-old said Bermudian said, “I’m delighted to have finished my first 12 months at Huddersfield Town strongly; I’ve scored a few goals and the team has picked up good points in the last three games. It’s been important for us to try and build a rhythm to get a run going.

“I definitely think I’ve progressed as a player after a full year of Championship football. I don’t consider myself a newcomer anymore as I understand the league, so I still think I will get better as time goes on. Hopefully my progress over the next 12 months will be even quicker than the first year.

“It’s definitely been up and down, but it’s still been a great year. This season I’ve scored 11 goals so far and I want to get to the 20 goal mark as a minimum. I think I’m well capable of that as a minimum and I want to get there as soon as possible. That starts on Saturday against Middlesbrough.”

Wells anniversary at the Club was marked by a visit from his family, and Wells said, “It’s difficult that they’re so far away, but I’ve been in England for just over four years now and it’s nothing new to me. It was lovely to have them watching me last weekend – they were there right at the start – and they drive me on to do well, as I’m representing them. The hard work they put in for me drives me to get to the top. I cherished the bit of time I had with them.”

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