Micky Moore says there is no quick fix to Barrow AFC’s problems as they produced their best home display for a month in a 2-2 draw against Leyton Orient.

Goals from Bedsente Gomis and Jordan White – his first in 10 matches – saw the Bluebirds twice come from behind to end a three-game losing streak.




But they are still seven matches without a win – the same as their opponents on Saturday, who took the lead through both David Mooney – again ending a 10-match drought – and Craig Clay.

Moore was pleased with an improved home display against Orient – following poor efforts in defeat to Maidstone and in drawing against Torquay in their previous two outings at Holker Street – and is positive the club are on the right path, but warned it may still take time.

“We’re all frustrated that we haven’t won today, because ultimately we want to win games of football, but I genuinely believe that the process we are on is the right one,” said Moore, whose side sit a single point above the National League relegation zone following the draw against the O’s.

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