Guiseley failed to inspire in their last Vanarama National League game at Nethermoor for the foreseeable future as a poor display saw fellow relegation-threatened club Woking ease to a narrow win.

Guiseley’s caretaker boss Sean St Ledger was not happy with what he saw and says the players who will be involved in the remaining games will be the ones he expects to be at Nethermoor next term.

Following the defeat, St Ledger said: “I have to give credit to Dayle and Rowan (Libird) because I told them they weren’t good enough and that they would be coming off in five or ten minutes if they didn’t buck their ideas up and, to be fair to them, they did. Obviously Rowan held the ball up a lot better and the goal that Dayle scored was a fantastic individual effort, but again he hasn’t played for 35 to 40 minutes.

“It took us 32 minutes to string two passes together and that’s just not good enough at this level.”

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