Smith Calls For His Bromley Side To Remain Clinical

By Tom Feaheny

Bromley boss Neil Smith was pleased with the way his side gained all three points at Torquay United.

Bromley are now eighth in the table with a four star showing ensured they gained another away victory, writes Tom Feaheny.

"We had to get that first goal and get to terms with the weather, as soon as we scored we relaxed and then pushed it onto another level," Smith told the club's website.

"Once we got the second, then the third it ends the game.

"I'm asking the wingers to do the horrible side of things and they are doing that, chasing back and helping the team."

They are next at home against FC Halifax Town with Smith wanting more of the same.

"We want to now put in these kind of performances at home and give the fans what they deserve.

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