THE Gulls are suffering from a difficult run of form, culminating in the defeat at Aldershot in the FA Cup last weekend, and manager Chris Hargreaves is expecting a big reaction when we travel to Kidderminster on Saturday.
While we continue to create chances, not enough are hitting the net and individual errors at the other end have proved costly.
“We’ve got a young group and we always said we’d have ups and downs,” said Chris. “I’ve maintained the fact that when we were winning, you don’t get too carried away.
“The front six, at times, have been very young, so we can’t always have the consistency that we want. In the middle of this current run, we beat a very good side in Wrexham and there were two or three those games we clearly should have won.
“I’m disappointed but I don’t get too carried away with the losses. Last Saturday, I wasn’t happy and we’re looking to put it right this week.
“I need to see a reaction and see that desire to put it right. Aldershot was another game where we did have opportunities to score the performance wasn’t right for us. There might be a couple of changes but
it’s more about attitude.
“Three points would put us right back in the mix and it’s exciting to be involved for a player. I can give them the confidence and the belief, and then it’s up to them.”