Again it’s the morning after the night before as Truro City first team suffer a hangover following the 2-0 defeat by Biggleswade Town, and it’s not the result of the six real Ales and Ciders that were on offer for the first time in the Club’s Bar.
The team have now dropped to sixteenth position having played more games than any other team in the league at this time.
City’s Chief Coach, Glynn Hooper, summed up the frustration perfectly after the match:
“Disappointing. The 18 yard box is where games are won and lost and unfortunately today for us, defensively they defended their 18 yard box ever so well and the chances that they did create, which were few and far between, they took, where we didn’t take ours and that’s the basis of the game!
“You can have all the possession in the world, you can have all the territory in the world, but we left ourselves a difficult task by conceding the first one, which we gifted them again and then you end up chasing the game. The second goal we’ve gone three at the back and they’ve had a lucky break and finished it off, but we haven’t scored and you’re not going to win games without scoring. "
Steve and his team are fully aware of the need to address the underachievement on the pitch and keep us clear of the relegation zone as we now fast approach the Christmas period. In contrast to this, once again the visiting team have praised the Clubs Fans, Hospitality and Pitch as Truro City is quickly becoming the opposing teams most favourite place to play in the Southern Premier.
Match report by Dave Deacon here
This Tuesday are away to Hungerford Town, 7.45pm KO.