York City caretaker boss Sam Collins felt only “two or three players” performed well during a 3-0 home defeat to Kidderminster Harriers, report The York Press.
Collins endured the first defeat of his four-game reign as the undefeated Harriers won a fourth consecutive game thanks to Ed Williams’ brace and a second-half Joe Ironside effort.
As a consequence, the Minstermen dropped down to 13th in the National League North table, with Collins quick to dismiss the display as a “bad day”.
He said: “Nobody is happy when you lose 3-0 and the goals we gave away were poor. Kidderminster were better on the day and that happens in football.
“They are a good team who won’t be a million miles away. Their manager has also been there all season and has worked on styles of play and formations.
“They’ve got good players in forward positions, which we knew about, but we had too many players who didn’t play as well as they have been doing. The players have been consistent during the games I have been taking them and, while there were two or three that did well again, that’s not enough to win a football game.”
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