Verdict from the dugout after defeat to Chorley…
By Matty Paddock - 05/08/2017
Posted 2 years ago
JOHN EUSTACE is keen to ensure his Harriers players don’t dwell on Saturday’s opening defeat of the season to Chorley at Aggborough.
Despite controlling much of the contest, Harriers were downed by a solitary, late own goal from Tyrone Williams as the Magpies claimed victory.
While his charges were left empty-handed from their day’s work, the boss is adamant that the response must come quickly.
Just as well, too; Harriers only have a few days to wait for their next match as they travel to Nuneaton Town on Tuesday night.
“The performance was good, I was happy with it and I’m disappointed to lose the game,” commented Eustace at the final whistle.
“It was always going to be a really tough game today and Chorley have nicked it in the end.
“[The own goal] was just football at the end of the day and we’ve got a great opportunity on Tuesday to bounce back.
“Chorley are one of the best teams in the league and they have an experienced set of lads who know their jobs.
“We have to learn from that quickly.”
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