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King gets the right reaction
BRENDON King got the reaction he was looking for from his players as the Terras were held to a draw by Chippenham Town at the Bob Lucas Stadium.
The team’s 2-1 defeat at Bideford on New Year’s Day drew criticism from King but he was a lot happier after Saturday’s stalemate.
“It was 100 times better than New Year’s Day,” said King. “It was the reaction we were looking for.
“I asked for a reaction because we were poor against Bideford and we played well on Saturday without winning the game.
“I think we did enough to shade it but it was important for us after Bideford not to lose the game and we did that.
“It was another performance to build on.
“It’s an important month for us with some tough games and by the end of it we should have more of an idea of where we are going forward.”
Chippenham rode their luck at times on Saturday and had it not been for the woodwork, Weymouth would have been looking at three points instead of just one.
"We hit the post and it just didn’t go in for us,” he added. “The ball didn’t fall in the right areas but we did keep a clean sheet.
“They had a couple of good chances as well and were delighted with a point. They set their stall out and made it difficult and it was up to us to break them down.”
And there was some worrying news for King as captain Scott Walker, playing against one of his former clubs, suffered a knee injury that forced him off.
The Terras’ chief added: “Scott came off with a knee injury. Hopefully it’s not too bad but it might be medial ligament damage. He went in for a challenge and his foot has gone one way and his leg the other.”