Garry Hill will have his players back in training on Wednesday morning as he remains determined to iron out his squad’s problems and get Ebbsfleet’s season firing.
The Ebbsfleet boss watched his side’s good start fall by the wayside against Yeovil after the first goal and he says there’s no room in Fleet’s battle for days off.
“Everyone’s in tomorrow morning,” Hill told BBC Radio Kent’s Charles Webster. “We’ve got to put it right as soon as possible. I’ve installed a lot of the players, I do believe they’re good players and that results will turn round but it’s not the start we wanted.
“I don’t have pleasure coming out here after the game and talking about a disappointing result or defending, but by the same token players can’t be thinking they’re getting days off with a situation where we are. That’s all gone. Most clubs there’s a Wednesday off, there’s no Wednesday off here. We’ve got some serious work to do. You don’t dwell on it for another 24 hours, we’ve got to get in here and clear our heads.”