Solihull Still Have Every Chance In Title Race Says Flowers

Tim Flowers pointed to some perspective as Solihull Moors suffered only their second defeat of 2019.

The title chasers went down 2-0 at championship rivals Salford City.

Although boss Flowers accepts it was a tough defeat to take, he says now is not the time for his players to lose faith in what they’re doing.

“All I’ll say is that in August if you would have said we’d be coming away from this match ahead of Salford City I think people would have said I have three heads!” the manager told the club’s YouTube channel.

“Nobody would have believed you. I think we’ve done very well so far and there’s still 30 points to play for.

“We’ve got back-to-back home games now and we have to respond. But we always have done.

“Now is not the time to start disbelieving in what we’re good at. We’re still a very strong, physical team who can hurt you badly if you’re not up for it.

“If we can keep imposing ourselves I think we can have a big end to the season.”

On the defeat at Salford, Flowers thinks lapses in concentration proved costly.

“I don’t think it was a good game, we were the better side in the first half and we were undone by two individual errors,” he said.

“I don’t think the hurt us aside from the two mistakes we made.”

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