NCEL Premier Division side Garforth Town suffer their fifth straight league defeat yesterday – with a late, Jason St Juste, goal gifting Yorkshire Amateur the victory.
Manager Rob Hunter reflected on the result, “We are on a terrible run of form just now and when that happens your luck deserts you. On Tuesday we absolutely battered Staveley and got nothing and today we went into the game against probably the best attacking side in the league with all 5 centre-half’s in the club unavailable.”
“We went with a left wing back and a centre midfielder at centre-half and kept them out for 80 minutes, their goal was as lucky as they come and the only way they were going to score. We’ve had chances throughout without making their keeper work.”
“I have questioned the attitude and the size of the players hearts recently but we have put a real shift in today and deserved something from the match, that’s 9 out of 11 games away from home, so it’s been difficult. Away again next week, but from today’s performances we can take heart and positives so it’s not all doom and gloom.”