Eustace Calls For Harriers To Be Even More Clinical

John Eustace says his side's back to back loses is down to the taking and not creation of chances.

The Harriers remain in the play-off places with a four point gap despite these loses, writes Tom Feaheny.

"It is a case of us creating the chances and just not being clinical enough," Eustace told the club's website.

"We have lost at home and then had to dig in and battle at Blackwell Meadows, to lose that one late was disappointing.

“I don’t think we deserved to lose the game, again though we got in the right areas and didn't take them enough."

With Joe Ironside and George Waring both in good form, Eustace is confident the pair can get the goals they need.

“George has done terrifically since he’s been here, Joe has been great as well, they are two players, we know can get those goals for us."

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