The North West Counties Football League
Published 22nd September 2011
....will turn – and wants to avoid a repeat of the lottery that saw them lose a two-goal lead in their weekend defeat to Congleton Town when they hit the road to Wembley on Saturday.
In dreadful conditions, Boro went ahead in the game only to crash 4-2 and manager Peters is determined to see an improvement when his men entertain Ashton Athletic in the Second Qualifying Round of the FA Vase on Saturday.
“Last weekend was a lottery and we all know what one gets from a lottery situation,” said Peters.
“There are some lucky winners but more losers and on that occasion we were losers but credit to Congleton. Three of their four goals were well executed all though I have to question the organisation of one of my defenders in particular.
“The lads tried to play football the way we believe football too be played, on a surface ideal in places for jet skis, we scored three well taken goals, we had other opportunities from which one was a top drawer save from Tommy Turner.”
Despite the league setback and current eleventh place with four wins from the opening ten league games, Peters believes Borough are heading in the right direction.
He added: “Make no mistake we are a good side with excellent players. We are a young team and because of this mistakes in their organisation will happen because of the inexperience.
“Mistakes in decision making can be costly at both ends of the pitch and that was evident in the outcome on Saturday.
“But I have stated that we are a development club and from these situations these lads will learn from it in their quest for bigger and better things in the game.”