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Dover Athletic boss Chris Kinnear left rueing missed opportunties after goalless draw in Vanarama National League clash against Guiseley

What Dover boss Chris Kinnear would do for a goal right now.

He felt his side did everything but score after they were held to a goalless draw by Vanarama National League newcomers Guiseley at Crabble on Saturday.

It was the second consecutive blank for Kinnear's side following the 0-0 draw against Braintree five days earlier and his side dropped four places to 14th as a result.

Dover manager Chris Kinnear at Crabble on Saturday Picture: Tony Flashman
Dover manager Chris Kinnear at Crabble on Saturday Picture: Tony Flashman

And a frustrated Kinnear was left wondering what might have been after watching his side do it all apart from scoring a goal that their performance merited.

He said: "With the domination and chances we had we should have won it easily. We did everything but put the ball in the back of the their net.

"We had enough chances to win it but we just couldn't score and that's so frustrating.

"Goals change games and if we had got one, especially in the first half, well, who knows what the final score would have been, but we didn’t.

"We kept knocking on the door, we hit the woodwork twice and their goalkeeper made a string of great saves.

"It was one of those days when nothing went right for us in the final third.

“We know we can score goals - we've just got to rediscover how to."

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