St Ledger Disappointed As Lions Lose Despite Good Start

9 months ago By Tom Feaheny

Guiseley interim boss Sean St Ledger says his side showed the work that needs to be done after another loss.

A 3-1 defeat to Maidenhead United means Guiseley are now seven games without picking up a point, writes Tom Feaheny.

Defender St Ledger who is in the role until further notice saw his side take the lead through Dayle Southwell but they couldn't hold on and lost 3-1.

"It has been a hetic week and I have enjoyed it with the build-up but it is a result that disappointed me," St Ledger said.

"We started well and played some good attacking stuff, but the goals we conceded were ones we could have avoided."

With a game coming up on Tuesday, St Ledger said about his future.

"I am in charge on a game by game basis and I know what we need to do to get the results and improve, I am happy to help out wherever possible."

Picture by George Wood

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