Whing Now Wants To Channel Agony Into Moor Progress

Andy Whing says Solihull Moors’ nearly season will drive them on next time around.

The club lost the FA Trophy on penalty kicks on Saturdays six days after Bromley defeated them in the National League Promotion Final on spot-kicks.

But Whing says agony from 12 years won’t define a year of huge where the club has come on 'leaps and bounds'.

The manager took over 11 months ago and says he the progress made has been hard to believe even if it didn't have the ending they all wanted.

The Moors manager knows as soon as they pick themselves up they’ll be looking to go one better. Whing said: “I suppose it is a season of fine margins.

“If things go your way then you’re celebrating a double. In the end it wasn’t to be but we can’t let how much we’re hurting distract from what was a fantastic season.

“I’m excited. We had 8,000 people at Wembley for the FA Trophy final and hopefully they will stay with us next season.

"It's going to be raw," said Whing. "It's going to really hurt for a few days

"We were written off at the start of the season,” he told the BBC. “Everybody thought we'd be bottom half.

"But the lads have been brilliant all season. The whole squad has shown great character over our 56 games.

"Nobody was expecting us to get to two finals. But we've just got to learn from this experience. It will drive us on.

"We have a good blueprint, the recruitment has been fantastic and we're now looking forward even more to the future."

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