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Tonbridge Angels manager Tommy Warrilow looking for a response from his players

Dartford v Tonbridge Angels

Goalmouth action in the FA Trophy game between Dartford and Tonbridge Angels, blue, at Princes Park             Picture: Andy Payton

By Craig Tucker

Manager Tommy Warrilow wants his players to come out fighting for Tonbridge’s Christmas programme.

Angels suffered their third consecutive defeat when they crashed 3-0 in the FA Trophy second round at Dartford last weekend.

They face in-form sides in Welling away on Saturday and Dover at home on Boxing Day with Warrilow looking for a response as they bid to climb the Blue Square Bet South table.

He said: "You find out about people when all’s not rosy in the garden.

"Everybody likes pats on the back but they have to take the criticism when they haven’t played well and get on with it.

"We conceded two terrible goals at Dartford from our own corners and we also haven’t scored in our last three games which is most unlike one of my sides because everyone knows I like attacking football.

"Certain players aren’t performing and while you give them every opportunity to play through a bad spell, it might be that I have to look at making a couple of changes.

"If that does happen, it won’t be because I don’t think they’re good enough or they have no future at the club."

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