United supporters were apprehensive before kick off as the visitors had rasmmed 9 past Hucknall Town on Saturday.
Mental strength has not been a strong suit for the Whites this season but tonight we were as strong as could be, not just winning but coming from behind to do it.
Manager, Terry Fleming strengthened his side with the addition of Stuart Reddington
and left in Ben Garrick who livened the Whites up on Saturday after the limp first half showing against Leek Town.
There was nothing limp about this performance, the only criticism of the first half might have been that we should have led. Jordan Hempenstall missed a golden opportunity whe he slid with the wrong foot on the end of a great ball from David Coyde.
Ben Garrick had aslo gone close as United showed real purpose against the league leaders.
0-0 at half time might seem like good stuff but one of our problems this season has been the inability to play for 90 minutes. To be fair Coalville pushed a little harder after the interval but whenever they breached United's solide defence they found Phil McGann at his best in our goal.
Despite that Uhnited still went behind (that is the story of our season). Jerome Murdock got away from his marker following agenerous free kick award and 71 minutes was the latest Golden Goal so far this campaign.
Coalville had two chances to increase their lead but tonight United had earned their breaks. In the 75th minute a supern Scott Coupland corner was headed goalwards but Sean Bowles saved superbly onlt to see the outstanding Brendan McDaid
on hand to notch is 98th goal in United's colours.
nited were not finished as the vistors pride saw them shrink in stature and in the 81st minute repeat performance saw McDaid win another brave header and Sean Wright
bundle the ball home to give United a deserved three points.
After no wins in August and September this was our third victory in October. There were some great performances but the best performance came from the TEAM.