I think people need to remember where as a club we are coming from and there’s always going to be a few bumps on the way to where we want to be, says Welling United assistant manager Hugo Langton

Friday 08th December 2017

WELLING UNITED assistant manager Hugo Langton says he wants his side to enjoy winning habits again.

 

The Wings have slipped down to tenth-place in the Vanarama National League South pecking order with 31 points on the board from their 20 league outings.

Jamie Coyle’s men have now gone four games without a win in all competitions, losing 3-0 at home to East Thurrock United last Saturday.

Langton said: “Overall, we are happy with the progress we have made. We aren’t far off last season’s points tally and we’re only in December!

“I think people need to remember where as a club we are coming from and there’s always going to be a few bumps on the way to where we want to be.

“The last few games haven’t been great for us results wise, but let’s not forget how good we have been lately too!

“The key now is to remember what we did so well when we were winning and try to get back to those habits.

“Teams come to us now and sit deep and try and counter us.  I’m expecting the same tomorrow, probably nine players behind the ball and we have to deal with it a lot better overall than we have in recent weeks.”

Truro City arrive at Park View Road tomorrow sitting in fourth-place in the table with 34 points from 20 games, four points adrift of leaders Dartford, who travel to Hungerford Town tomorrow.

Langton said: “Truro are where they are for a reason, they’re having a good season and have some very good players.  Like every side they have their weaknesses, which we will obviously try to expose.”

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Welling United  v  Truro City
Vanarama National League South
Saturday 9th December 2017
Kick Off 3:00pm
at Park View Road, Welling, Kent DA16 1SY




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