Whitstable Town manager Nicky Southall says players have lost trust in one another after big defeats
Nicky Southall believes his
Whitstable players have lost trust in each other after crashing to
a second big defeat in the space of eight days.
Saturday’s 5-0 reverse at
home to Leatherhead came a week after the Oystermen were trounced
5-1 by lowly Corinthian Casuals.
It left Town in genuine
relegation trouble and the Whitstable manager (pictured) knows time
is running out to turn their season around.
He said: "The players need to
trust each other in the dressing room and a few of them have lost
"Players will be going and
players will be coming in. I want to put my stamp on the team but I
can’t do that yet because I’m picking up the pieces of what’s gone
"I want to bring in my
players but what player wants to go to a club fighting a relegation
"It’s not about good players
now, it’s about showing steel, mettle, bottle and a bit of courage
to play in those type of games. We’ve got to come out fighting and
prove a lot of people wrong."
On Saturday, the Oystermen
make the short trip to face high-flying Faversham Town.
Do you think the
Oystermen can recover from their funk against Faversham? Have your
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