Rowan Vine found it impossible to hide his frustration following Gosport Borough’s goalless draw against St Ives Town at Privett Park on Saturday.

He blasted the lack of quality and, in some areas, a lack of effort as his team failed to win again. The joint caretaker-manager felt it was an abysmal display from a side desperately needing a victory.

A draw, however, enabled Borough to close the gap on relegation rivals Dunstable Town to two points. ine & Co visit Dunstable on Tuesday night for a clash which has long been billed as a relegation decider. However, they will need to show a big improvement if they are to win and escape the sole relegation spot.

Vine said: “For me, this is the biggest disappointment since I have been in charge. I don’t think we performed anywhere near the levels we did in our last home game.

“Basically, we played the same shape and had the same personnel, so I can’t explain the reason for it.”

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