Gloucester-fear’s most haunted Halloween combined 5-a-side

Halloween is much more celebrated in the States but the UK have somewhat grown to love the haunted holiday season.

With that in mind and bitter rivals Cheltenham Town and Forest Green Rovers going head-to-head in League Two on Saturday, there is no better way to join in on the bloodcurdling banter than a combined Halloween themed 5-a-side

Alex Ad-die

A pretty simple one to start with, Cheltenham Town’s Alex Addai is the first player in our list.

The forward is certainly a frightful sight for any League Two defender when he is at his best.

Addai has played a total of 236 minutes in all competitions so far this season and there is plenty more to come.

E-Boo Adams

Forest Green Rovers midfielder Ebou Adams makes the cut in this XI with his frightening name, tackles and work ethic.

The Gambia international has been ever-present for the Rovers in the league this season picking up one assist in eight games.

Andy Kill-iams

In-form Robins striker Andy Williams makes the cut.

His presence has been terrifying and definitely way too much for any League Two player to handle.

The 34-year-old has fired in three goals for his new club and it looks like Cheltenham have a seriously threatening beast in their ranks.

Shawn McGhoulsky

23-year-old striker Shawn McCoulsky may not be featuring as much as he’d like for the Rovers but the ex-Bristol City man has his name in this line-up.

McCoulsky had a couple of loan spells in non-league last season but he’ll be hoping he can cast some spells this time around and get back on the scoring sheet for the Rovers.

Matty Scare

He’s experienced at right back and experienced at giving people a fright with his scintillating pace and power.

Cheltenham’s new signing Matty Blair has featured in every league game this season and has been a key element in the Robins’ third place position.

League Two wingers beware, only one costly error and chance is enough for the 31-year-old to leave his mark with a spine-tingling dash down the touchline and grab an inevitable assist at the end of it.

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