Tim Schmoll says there is no getting away from the fact that Dover are involved in a relegation dogfight, report Kent Online.
Saturday’s 2-0 home defeat to Barrow left Whites one off the foot of the table, with just one win from their opening 14 National League games.
That victory, against Havant & Waterlooville, came on August 14, since when Dover have gone 10 games without success and Schmoll says the reality is that they need to end that sequence – and soon.
The 25-year-old centre-half said: “We’re in one right now (a relegation battle), that’s the reality of it, we can’t shy away from that fact. Every game matters, there are no second chances.
“The good thing is that we haven’t imploded and it would be easy to do that. I think in the dressing room you can get staff versus players, players among themselves whatever and we just don’t have that, so we’re sticking together.”
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