Royston Town boss Steve Castle said his players should ‘fear for their job’ after two red cards cost the Crows in Saturday’s 3-0 defeat at Weymouth.

The Crows lost their sixth away game of the season on the South coast as John Frendo and January signing Sam Gaughran saw straight reds, Frendo sent walking for ‘undefendable’ abusive language in the first-half.

Crows boss Steve Castle said: “There’s a few in the squad on their last warnings. It really is affecting us and they should fear for their job if they keep offending.

“I love to defend my players to the hilt but I’m sorry, I can’t defend the abusive language of Frendo. Everyone heard what was said and the manner it was said. It was disappointing.

“I don’t want to lose anyone but there’s no point giving final warnings and then keeping them because they’ll think I’m too soft. You have to set precedents.

“The chairman and I will be talking to Frendo, as we did Sam Corcoran, about how we’re going to move forward with it.”

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