Steve Claridge has made a plea to Salisbury fans to get back behind the team as they chase promotion.
A crowd of 455 turned out to see the side beat Cirencester Town 8-2 on Tuesday night and that, he says, isn’t enough.
The Whites played in front of just under 1,000 for their FA Cup game with Poole Town on Saturday and the former Leicester City striker was frustrated that less than half of that saw their league game in midweek.
“I am really disappointed with the crowd,” Claridge commented to the Salisbury Journal.
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“If all it takes is one bad result for people not to turn up, then it’s a pretty poor show.
“To everyone that showed up against Cirencester, they were fantastic and we really appreciate their backing.
“I don’t really know what people are looking for and they have missed out, because it’s the best £9 anyone will ever spend.”
Salisbury are on the road this weekend in the Evo-Stik West when they face Yate Town before back to back home games again.
The Whites play Swindon Supermarine on Tuesday before they face Bishop’s Cleeve at the Ray Mac.