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Tonbridge Angels manager Tommy Warrilow rues self-inflicted defeats

Tommy Warrilow
Tommy Warrilow

by Andrew Gidley

Tonbridge Angels boss Tommy Warrilow confesses his side’s two successive Blue Square Bet South defeats in four days have left him frustrated.

The 2-1 home reverse against Salisbury on Tuesday came after Frannie Collin had put them in front. He was also on target in the 3-1 opening day defeat at Maidenhead.

Warrilow, right, said: "We let ourselves down on Saturday and the other night did us no favours, either.

"We have let in sloppy goals and got no points but have to be bold, take it on the chin, stick together and move on. The second half against Salisbury wasn’t good and we didn’t come out of the blocks.

"We were 1-0 up, after scoring a fantastic goal but did the exact opposite."

A Bank Holiday weekend double-header, at home to Welling on Saturday and away at Bromley 48 hours later, represents two more tough hurdles with Warrilow also waiting for news on three injured players.

New skipper Ollie Schulz (ankle), Robbie Kember (calf) and Davis (shin and calf) are all having treatment.

The Tonbridge boss has added wide-man Ross Treleavan to his squad, and was expecting another potential new face at training on Thursday.

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