Dursley Town boss Karl Nash is demanding a “monster” reaction to his side’s recent dip in form.
Nash’s out of sorts side huffed and puffed to a 2-1 defeat at FC Lakeside on Easter Saturday, Ben Dolebar scoring with 25 minutes to go after the home side raced into a 2-0 lead.
With seven games to go, the third-placed Gloucestershire Northern Senior League Division One outfit are hoping to address a winless four-game sequence.
Nash rued missed opportunities at FC Lakeside: “Yesterday, it was frustrating. We were 2-0 inside 20 minutes and created lots of chances, but just couldn’t score.
“We had a goal disallowed, which was never offside, a penalty not given.”
Nash said: “We’ve got a tough couple games coming up now, Berkeley at home, followed by Chalford, so we need a monster reaction.”
Nash, who is missing with a calf strain along with goalkeeper Ben Jagger, insists his side aren’t getting the rub of the green: “We are just not getting the run of mill, or any luck falling for us. We should be creating our own, luck, but we’re just not having any at the moment.”
Dursley are next in action at home to local rivals Berkeley Town on Saturday, 3pm.