Scott Laird wants Weston-super-Mare to ‘stand up and be counted’ in their home game against Hartley Wintney this evening.

The Seagulls have gone without a win in four matches, losing their last three and assistant manager Laird admits he doesn’t know what to expect from them.

“We can’t keep making excuses, but we’ve had a lot go against us off the pitch, that some people don’t really see,” he said

“That’s not the club, that’s bad luck as players get injured, players coming on loan and getting recalled at the last minute and big players as well.

“It’s hurting us. We have got to stand up be counted and at the moment we are not doing that as a team and a squad.”

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