It was a second win in a row and exactly what manager Ian Allinson had asked for but the St Albans City boss admitted they need to be much braver on the ball in what remains of their National League South play-off chase if there is to be a happy ending, The Herts Advertiser say.
The 2-0 win against Weston-super-Mare on Tuesday night saw Solomon Sambou pounce twice in the second half to clinch the three points, adding them to those picked up in Saturday’s 1-0 success against Dulwich Hamlet.
But Allinson was disappointed with the team’s first-half showing which he felt was another case of them “not playing particularly well but working extremely hard.”
He said: “Both teams have tried to play football but neither kept the ball well.
“We need an end product. If we’re going to play with two up front we need to be getting balls in the box.
We’re working extremely hard at the moment but we’re lacking that quality.
“The one thing that came out of half-time was we have to be brave on the ball and Glen [Alzapiedi] was preaching that.”
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