Dorchester Town boss Callum Brooks feels the Magpies had become “too reliant” on loanees after the departures of Brennan Camp and Joe Low last week, the Dorset Echo report.
While the centre-backs left Dorchester for Weymouth and Frome respectively due to a lack of game time guarantees, Brooks admitted the Magpies had to secure loanees suitable for the club.
Speaking to Echosport, Brooks targeted creating a pool of more “regular” players to choose from, hinting at his future strategy for next season.
He said: “I want to have a more regular base of players – I want to use players that belong to Dorchester Town.
“Loanees are fantastic and they’ve got to suit the club – it’s got to suit the loan player. I just felt we were a little too reliant on loan players.
“With all due respect, I’ve been here a month. I’ve not seen Brennan (due to Scotland and Bournemouth duty). We’ve been in a relegation dogfight.”
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