AFC Telford United boss Rob Edwards praised his side despite their 1-0 loss at Curzon Ashton.

The Bucks now have three loses in a row, but their boss believes that it could have been a completly different outcome and should have been with the way they played he told BBC Radio Shropshire about why he felt that way.
 
“I thought we dominated the game, it has come down to them making less mistakes then we did, they defended their box better then we did.




He added: “It was a disappointing goal to concede, they will be pleased with it, the cut back wasn’t defended well enough and they took their chance.”

While the results have not gone their way in the past week, Edwards is seeing enough positives to believe that they will turn things around very soon.

“We know it is a results based business but the effort from the players in the last two games has been unbelievable, their is a togetherness here, a work rate as well, football comes down to fine margins, no one wants us to lose but we have to look at the positives we created chances and played well.”

Source: www.thenationalleague.org.uk


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