Ainsley Says Spennymoor Don't Deserve Play-Off Place At Present

Spennymoor Town boss Jason Ainsley has urged a big improvement from his side as they look to secure a top seven finish.

A run of three loses in a row has seen the side remain outside of the play-off places, though they are a point off with a game in hand, writes Tom Feaheny.

After another defeat this time against AFC Telford United, Moors know they have to take advantage of the extra game on Thursday.

"We don't deserve to be in the play-offs, we had a great start to the season, it has been a disastrous after Christmas, the players have to look at themseleves in the mirror," Ainsley told the club's website.

"We have been saying the same thing again and again, the schoolboy defending has hurt us.

"We need to be better on the ball, there needs to be better play, the decision making for the second goal has to be better."

Ainsley says that his frustration is not aimed at the whole team.

"I feel sorry for some of the lads, the effort is there, we just keep being punished for every mistake that is made."

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