24th Jun, 2019

'They need a bit of help', says Moors caretaker manager Whild

FOOTBALL: CARETAKER manager Gary Whild admits someone needs to come in and address Moors’ situation following another league defeat on Saturday.

Moors remain bottom of the league following a 2-0 loss at home to Sutton United, and Whild admits his side ‘needs help’ as the club’s second year in the highest division of non-league football quickly turns into a relegation battle.

He said: “They’re trying as best they can but they need a bit of help and I think that won’t come on the coaching side of it.

“It’ll come by refreshing the dressing room with some new personal that will help the lads who are here.

“It’s not rocket science, it’s the same things that are happening and they know it’s happening because they’re saying it themselves that they’re conceding stupid goals.

“You look at the first goal on Saturday, it was a comedy of errors and confidence is low when that happens to you.”

Despite the club’s struggles, Whild praised the attitude of the players.

He said: “Their attitude to knowing they’re in this situation and that they’ve got to get themselves organised, that hasn’t been a problem over the last couple of weeks.

“Hopefully someone comes in – and it needs someone to come in – and address the situation.

“I’m sure whoever it is will have his ideas on bringing two or three lads in.”

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