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MORRIS: We were flat, we didn’t create anything, and to be honest, I was happy to hear the referee whistle at the end

Worsborough Bridge Manager Lee Morris was less than happy with events at Park Road yesterday. His Briggers side were involved in a goalless draw with AFC Emley, leaving them in twentieth place in the table-and the Worsborough gaffer felt that two vital points had slipped away, writes Colin Muncie.

A crowd of 83 watched the game, but Lee doubted that many of them enjoyed the spectacle.” He told the Bootiful game “I’m not happy. It was an awful game. We didn’t show up today– we were flat, we didn’t create anything, and to be honest, I was happy to hear the referee whistle at the end. It was two very equal teams who probably cancelled each other out but it’s the worst we’ve played in the last four or five games. We didn’t stick to the game plan as we have over the past few weeks.

Lee is mystified why his players can’t replicate what he sees from them in training.” It’s all about consistency again” he said “It’s frustrating-you work hard in training , but when it comes to comes to Saturday they are like completely different players. I need to look at that, and fast, as we are in a relegation fight and we need to be on it every game.”

“I believe it’s two points dropped; taking nothing away from Emley but way we have been playing I fancied us for three points- but that’s football and we will work hard ,and I’ll work out a plan for the Nostell game next week”.

 

Main photograph by Mark Parsons.

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