Robbie Blake wants Bognor to make sure they lift a frustrating season with silverware – and says he will do everything in his power to make sure next season’s league campaign ‘miles better’.
The Rocks finished a disappointing 14th in the Bostik premier after losing their final game 1-0 at Folkestone on Saturday – that after seeing their push for the play-offs fade in the final couple of months of a campaign that had promised so much.
Injuries hampered them all season but even so a record of only one league win since mid-February meant they ended well short of any hope of promotion.
They can still add gloss to the campaign by beating Burgess Hill – who have just been relegated from the Bostik premier – in Tuesday evening’s Sussex Senior Cup final at Brighton’s Amex Stadium.
Blake, speaking after a solitary second-half goal condemned them to defeat in Kent, said: “The season’s finished disappointingly for us.
“The game typified our season. We started the second half really well and I thought we were going to go on and get a goal. But that’s three out of four games when we haven’t scored a goal and that’s something we’re trying to address. We had chances.”