Bishops’ Stortford boss Gordon Boateng remains upbeat despite his side’s disappointing start to the campaign.
“Slowly but surely we are getting there” said Boateng after a single Bath City goal saw his side fall to a third straight loss.
“Lady Luck is not shining on us at the minute, silly errors and lack of fire power and cutting has cost us I the last few games, frustrating for us all but the positives is the side is working hard and playing some decent football in patches, consistency is key.”
The Blue Brazil now face a tough Bank Holiday weekend which sees a trip to Gosport Borough on Saturday before Wealdstone are the visitors on Monday afternoon.”
“Looking forward to Gosport it will be a tough game and if history is anything to go by this fixture away is always a competitive in counter” said Boateng..
“On Bank Holiday Monday we are home to Wealdstone who are coming here with a solid record so far this season.
“Gordon Bartlett always has a solid and well drilled team, we will be doing everything in our power to a result at the ProKit and finally get off the mark winning at home.”
Boating has an appeal for the Blues’ fans: “”We all appreciate your support and getting behind the team, know it has been frustrating see the side just missing out on vital wins and losing out on fine margins by a single goal,
“However we ask you all to keep the faith and continue to cheer and sing the team on, as that will give the players that extra push needed.”