Kidderminster Harriers boss John Eustace could not hide his frustration as he is conceded late to draw 2-2 at home to Curzon Ashton writes Tom Feaheny.
Eustace says while he was pleased with their performance for most of the game, they once again have been punished late on as they look to start a winning run.
Speaking to the club’s website after the 2-2 draw Eustace said.
“I am really disappointed we didn’t get the three points, but that’s football. We played some fantastic stuff in that first half again and you can see the team is getting back to how we want it to be.
“But you can see there are two or three lads out there who are unfit and we are doing our best to get them fit – that’s why we’ve put them in the team.”
Eustace was left frustrated with how they conceded during the game as well.
“We’re conceding goals from corners and we have to be better.
“On Saturday and tonight we weren’t good enough from set-pieces but we work on them every day and are getting punished for the little things at the moment.
“We’ll have to work harder and the harder we work, hopefully we’ll stop doing it.”
The Harriers boss added that it is important the group don’t let their heads drop.
“We need everyone to stick behind them because it’s tough being a young pro. You have to remember that they’re 21, 22-year-old lads and we have all got to stick together – that’s what will get us through this sticky period.”
He added “This group are trying their socks off for the club and for the fans so it’s important we stick together and keep going.”