Toughest The League Has Ever Been Says Stones Boss Stuart

Wealdstone manager Stuart Maynard believes the Vanarama National League has never been more competitive or challenging - even with Wrexham and Notts County long gone.

The north west London club have lost four of their last six matches and fell to defeat late at Kidderminster Harriers on Saturday.

The Stones boss says he will pull his players up if they aren’t putting a shift in but says form is more down the the strength of the division and not his players’ efforts.

“Take the league table away,” he said after Amari Morgan-Smith hit stoppage time winner at Aggborough.

“It doesn’t matter what team we play, or what form they are in - it just doesn’t matter in this league.

“We said it before the start of the season. This is going to be the toughest division that it has even been. Even with the big boys going, every team is super competitive.

“We’ve got to realise as Wealdstone where we are at. We’re punching well above our weight.

“If the lads don’t give 100% on the pitch I am the first person to come out and say we weren’t good enough.

“This wasn’t one of those games. We’ve just come up a little short on quality.”


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