Gavin Rose is pleased with the manner in which Dulwich Hamlet have started the League this season but believes there is more to come from his side.
Speaking after Saturday’s 2-2 draw against Concord Rangers, Rose felt it was a game of two halves and a performance that gives him an idea of what still needs to be worked on at the training ground.
“I thought it was a bad first half. I thought that we started all right actually, in terms of our approach play, and we looked like we were going to score a goal until we conceded,” he says.
“[Joel] Nouble, who is someone I wanted to sign in the summer and who’s a local boy as well, I thought caused us problems. He’s a big, strong boy who can run with the ball well and [Aaron] Barnes got a bit too close to him and held him. Then we know they’re good on set piece deliveries.”
“I felt that we were disjointed in our play, we weren’t playing to the system and the pattern we’d asked them to play in in the first half and I think because we’d lost the goal, and then the second goal, panic started to set in a little bit and we became desperate.”