When news happens get involved. Send your pictures, views and video to us by text and email
MAGPIES: Morgan tells Dorchester fans not to panic
LEWIS Morgan has told Dorchester Town’s fans not to panic over the club’s start to the season.
The midfielder believes it won’t be long before the Magpies get their campaign up and running after defeats in their first two Skrill South games.
Phil Simkin’s men have also conceded three penalties already, four goals in all, and failed to find the back of the net themselves.
But Morgan, whose side hosts Whitehawk tomorrow (3pm), is confident the team will come good sooner rather than later.
“We have created chances, we just haven’t finished them off,” he said. “We were all over Staines and could have won the game by half-time.
“But if we keep going as we have been it will happen and I’d be more worried if we weren’t making chances.
“There are some chances that we shouldn’t have missed but they will start to go in. There is no need to panic at the moment, it’s still really early in the season.
“The lads are working hard and when a few goals go in it will give everyone more confidence.
“Losing doesn’t help your confidence but the main thing about the group we have is our togetherness and team spirit.”
Having had his own injury problems last term, Morgan has sympathy with those players who are currently on the sidelines.
He added: “I feel for the injured players, especially at the start of the season when you want to hit the ground running after the summer.
“I’m just trying to play well and keep my place in the team.”
Comments are closed on this article.