We're fully prepared to turn around this dip in form and attempt to move us back up the table, vows Corinthian boss Michael Golding
CORINTHIAN manager Michael Golding says he wants his side to turn the corner.
The club suffered their fourth straight defeat at the weekend when they went down to a 4-3 home defeat to AFC Croydon Athletic.
“Mistakes both individually and collectively cost us dearly in the game and we need to eradicate these from our game if we are to achieve our targets for the remainder of the season,” said Golding, who operates without a playing budget.
Corinthian have slipped down the Southern Counties East Football League Premier Division table and travel tob Chislehurst to tackle Glebe next Saturday in ninth-place in the table with 37 points from 24 games.
“My players’ have trained well and will go into the game fully prepared to turn around this dip in form and attempt to move us back up the table,” said Golding.
“In terms of team selection, both Louis Clarke and Sam Bewick remain sidelined through injury, although we are hopeful that Louis will train this week.
“Sam is out for slightly longer with a knee injury and there is no date set for his return yet. Sam has been vital to us since joining from Faversham and his presence on the pitch has been missed.
“We have added an attacking player to the squad this week, Malik Ouani, a player I wanted to sign for a long time and the opportunity recently came up and he offers us something different to what we have and hopefully we can help him get back playing to the level I know he can play at.
“This signing, along with the capture of Jardel Bundu-Kamara, a defender from Herne Bay, has given the squad a boost and added a little bit of quality and competition for places into the squad.”