Stratford Boss Left Feeling The Blues As They Lose To Dunstable

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Stratford Town manager Carl Adams was left frustrated following their 2-0 defeat at Dunstable Town in the Evo-Stik Southern League Premier Division.

The result leaves Town 18th in the league table, while the Blues sit four places above them in 14th place.

Adams said: “It’s very disappointing and I’m a part of this as well.

“I made the decisions to run with these lads in the rough and the smooth and so I need to stand up and be counted as well.

“I can’t keep pulling the wool over people’s eyes, people have seen the game and I apologise to everyone who came to watch tonight’s game.

“I can’t believe this team can go from a good performance against Chesham at the weekend to an absolute shambles tonight.”

Goals either side of half-time from Daniel Talbot secured the win for the hosts to see them get back to winning ways following their recent defeats to Biggleswade Town and Chippenham Town.

The former FA Trophy finalist was left fuming with the manner in which his side conceded the two goals.

He told the club’s twitter account: “The goals tonight were no more than Sunday League morning defending.

“So I stand here and take the criticism as much as the boys and it was a very bad night for us. I’ve made it very clear to the lads that it was an awful for them as well.”

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Freelance Journalist based in the North of England. Having supported Chorley FC for the majority of his life, Richard moved down to Stoke-on-Trent to study Journalism at Staffordshire University in 2011, he graduated with a 2:1 three years later. He has since worked as Press Officer of Nantwich Town between 2014-2016 and lead the coverage of the Dabbers run to the FA Trophy semi-final in 2016. Richard also wrote and published his first book in May 2016 about Nantwich Town and their greatest moment when the club won the FA Vase in 2006. The book is entitled When Nantwich Turned The Vase Green. Richard can often be found at games on a Saturday covering matches for a verity of newspapers across England.

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