Steve Castle has told his Royston Town players to stop feeling sorry for themselves and dust themselves down for the final play-offs push.
A fortnight ago, the Crows were sitting pretty in the top five of the Southern Premier following a fine run of form since Christmas. But the wheels came off slightly last week with back to back defeats against Weymouth and Kings Langley which saw Castle’s men slip to ninth, albeit with games in hand.
“It will be a bit of a test now, but not all is lost,” said the Crows boss. “I think we have to quickly realise that and stop feeling sorry for ourselves.
“We had a bad week, but it happens and we’ve got to bounce back now. To have a season with no dips is impossible.
“It’s no time to feel sorry for ourselves – there’s still 42 points to play for, and that’s a hell of a lot. We’re trying to be as optimistic as we can and trying to keep our heads up.”
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