Ebbsfleet boss Daryl McMahon praised his sides forwards after they picked up another impressive win, writes Tom Feaheny.
One player helping the side is Danny Kedwell who once again scored in the victory against Bromley.
“He’s in a better position this year in a sense because he’s the focal point of the attack whereas in the last two years he’s been linking play with Darren McQueen or Matty Godden ahead of him. But now we’ve put him up in the highest position and he’s getting goals,” McMahon told the club’s website.
“They’re all clever, the players who play in behind Keds. They all bring something different to the table.”
McMahon knew the importance of this 2-1 victory.
“I thought we didn’t defend as well as I’d like us to in the first half, not just the back four but the whole team,” McMahon believed. “We were too open at times that we didn’t need to be. I felt we could always play our way through them which I thought we did. We were making it too easy for them to have chances when they shouldn’t have. So we just tightened up a little bit and probably could have scored a couple on the counterattack. Coulson’s strike off the crossbar is fantastic technique.”
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