Darts concentrate on ending losing run
|Dartford manager Tony Burman wants his
players to concentrate on getting back to winning ways tomorrow after
going five games without a win, writes Stephen McCartney.
After picking up 13 points from their opening five Southern League Division One East games, they have lost to Boreham Wood (1-3), Corby Town (1-4) and Kent rivals Sittingbourne (0-1) and Chatham Town twice, by the same 1-0 scoreline (once at home in the Errea Cup and away in the league).
But their performances against their Kent rivals in the past seven days suggests they will return to winning ways when Berkhamsted Town - whose last visit to Kent saw them lose 3-0 at Chatham Town - visit Stonebridge Road.
"After our defeat at Sittingbourne I think
its time to stop talking about our good start to the season and
concentrate on getting out of this poor run of results that we find
ourselves in," Burman told www.dartfordfc.co.uk
"Whatever formation the manager wants his team to play the players must perform to the best of their ability.
"At the end of the day they must try to play football and win the game. The players have set themselves high standards with some great performances but over the last couple of weeks maybe through lack of confidence, which I cannot understand, have fallen below that level.
"I know that you make your own luck but in the last two games I do think we deserved a little bit more luck than what we received.
"The games against Chatham and Sittingbourne
I think could of gone either way and we deserved some thing from both
Burman asks fans to continue supporting their team
- as they did at Maidstone Road in midweek.
Dartford v Berkhamsted Town