FOOTBALL: Rovers and out for Collington
5:10pm Thursday 27th September 2012 in Latest News
ADAM Collington thinks that his players are in need of a slight confidence boost after their disappointing 1-0 loss at Welton Rovers last weekend.
Jack Metcalf’s penalty gave the hosts a narrow victory while Warminster Town finished with nine men after Tom Foord and keeper Carl Crabtree were both sent off, with Welton also missing a second spot-kick late on.
“We didn’t deserve anything from the game because it wasn’t a good performance,” said Collington.
“I think that it’s just individual decision-making that’s killing us at the moment and that comes from people not having confidence in their own abilities.
“But we had a good start to the season and we’ve done a lot better than a lot of people thought we were going to.
“I’m not going to panic because all we do things together and we just need to get that little bit of confidence back.”
Grant Gunning and Lewis Graham miss this weekend’s clash.
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