Tadcaster Albion’s Michael Morton believe the sides performance against League One opponents Doncaster Rovers can be a marker for the season writes Tom Feaheny.
The Brewers lost due to goals from Gary McSheffrey scoring at the back post and Liam Mandeville converting a penalty.
Morton the manager of the Evo-Stik Northern Premier League Division One North told the club’s website he thought the side did well against higher opposition.
“It was a good test for the lads, we did a lot of shape on Thursday. We executed the game plan to perfection, we looked organised in spells. It was an excellent performance.”
“We have gone nearly sixty minutes before conceding and we have done well against that kind of quality side.”
With both efforts before scored during the final third of the match. Morton believes they don’t have to dwell too much on that.
“For me you have to keep that concentration levels up. That being said we are not going to come up against that kind of quality during the season. Now I just want us to get through to 90 minutes and I believe the next time round we will be able to do just that.”
— Tadcaster Albion (@TadcasterAlbion) July 15, 2017