Grimsby Town's joint manager Rob Scott says his team needs to pick themselves up after their Wembley heartache. He spoke to Calendar's Chris Dawkes after the Mariners lost the FA Trophy final in a penalty shoot-out.
Grimsby Town have been beaten in the FA Trophy Final after a penalty shoot-out.The Mariners had taken the lead in the 71st thanks to a goal from Andy Cook. But Wrexham equalised just 9 minutes from full-time taking the game into extra-time.
But with neither side able to break the deadlock after a further 30 minutes the Final went to a penalty shoot-out which the Welsh side won 4 -1. Grimsby's Joe Colbeck netting the mariners' only spot kick.
Grimsby Town captain Craig Disley looks forward to walking his side out for their first trip to the new Wembley Stadium in the FA Trophy final today.
Grimsby Town Joint-Manager Rob Scott talks about his side's trip to Wembley today for the final of the FA Trophy
Grimsby Town goalkeeper James McKeown on Sunday's FA Trophy final against Wrexham on Sunday.
Former Grimsby Town midfielder Kevin Donovan reminisces about his double Wembley victory with the Mariners in 1998. Donovan scored the winner against Northampton which secured the Mariners' promotion to Division 1.
Wayne Burnett will always go down in Grimsby Town folklore for scoring the winning golden goal in the final of the Autowindscreens Shield Final against Bournemouth in 1998. Now manager at League 2 side Dagenham and Redbridge, he found time to talk about his time at Grimsby with Chris Dawkes.
Former Grimsby Town player Kingsley Black looks back on a memorable season for the Mariners in 1998. Black scored the equaliser at Wembley in the 1998 Autowindscreens Shield Final.
Grimsby Town is heading to Wembley for the final of the FA Trophy. The Mariners take on Wrexham in the non-league equivalent of the FA Cup final and for some it'll bring back memories of the club's first ever trip to the home of English football back in 1998.