Ridgeons Football League
Published 7th May 2012
....campaign in a familiar way.
The Tangerines failed to net for the seventeenth time in forty Ridgeons League Premier Division encounters when going down to a 1-0 defeat to FC Clacton in their final game of the season.
That left Diss charges sixteenth in the final standings, with a meagre thirty-seven goals to show for their efforts – a tally only bottom two Newmarket Town and Great Yarmouth Town failed to reach.
Taylor, whose side also ended the season with the second-best defensive record, said: “The problem all season has been scoring goals.
“If we had scored a lot more we probably would have finished in the top six, or even second.
“Defensively as a team we’ve been fantastic, so we’ve got to get attacking right next season.
“We need more creativity around the whole team – someone who could change the game for us – because the final ball isn’t always quite there.
“Thanks must go to the supporters for coming, week in, week out this season.
“It’s been frustrating at times for me as well as them, but we are building and hopefully next year we will have a side to push for the top six.”
Speaking about his early plans for his summer transfer activity, Taylor added: “We’ve got a list of targets we want to get.
“We have some money to get those in, but we will just have to wait and see what they want to do.”