Lowestoft Town manager Dale Brooks admitted he “honestly can’t say” who will be available for the next match after his team slumped to defeat against basement side Burgess Hill Town.

Visiting keeper James Shaw did not have to make a meaningful save all afternoon – and Brooks was unhappy with the way in which his side conceded their goals, despite Travis Cole’s late penalty.

“It was a tough afternoon – we had a go and created a few chances, but unfortunately we have conceded from two set-plays,” admitted Brooks, whose team face a trip to Folkestone Invicta on Tuesday night.

“We said at half-time that while it is 1-0 we are still in the game, but unfortunately when our chances came, we didn’t take them.

“At the end of the day, we are bringing boys in who are playing for nothing – probably not consistent at this level – but we’ve got no other option.

“We go again on Tuesday, but I honestly can’t say who is going to be in the team.

“We are not competitive at this level with the way things are going at the moment, but we are honest, we work hard and we will try and create things.”

Read more: http://www.edp24.co.uk

Contact Us

Editor: Chris Brookes
t: 0191 442 1001
e: cbrookes@balticpublications.co.uk
HYPoint, Saltmeadows Road, Gateshead, Tyne & Wear. NE8 3DA

Get in touch

6 + 15 =

© 2021 Baltic Publications Limited