Davies Concedes Play-Off Place Looks Beyond Dragons

9 months ago By Steven Coney

Wrexham boss Andy Davies says everyone at the club is feeling “frustration and anger” as their play-off hopes continue to fade.

The Dragons’ chances of a top-seven finish are now looking slim and things are out of their hands.

They have to hope Ebbsfleet and Bromley slip up in both of their last two games with Wrexham hosting AFC Fylde on the final day.

The Dragons have now lost four of their last five National League fixtures following Saturday’s 1-0 defeat at Leyton Orient and they have only won twice since the end of January.

“Ultimately we weren’t good enough to go and get three points which is what we had to go and do,” Davies told the club’s YouTube channel.

“We need to pick ourselves up and end the season with a victory at home if we can. We let ourselves down at Leyton Orient like we have in recent weeks.”

On their chances of the play-offs, Davies added: “It’s never over until the points say it’s over. But we’ve not given ourselves a chance, realistically, of getting in there.

“We haven’t been clinical enough and haven’t finished teams off. It has cost us in the last few weeks.

“We’ve all had to look at ourselves as players and as staff. We’ve always been a group, even when we were in the play-offs. The feelings are frustration and anger and now we have to rely on other results.”

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