JON Underwood has admitted it's difficult for him and joint manager Neil Baker to adapt to having moved up a level to the Southern League Premier Division.
Whether at Godalming Town, before their move to Holloways Park, Baker and Underwood have been used to having success - and this season's stumbles have been difficult for them to get 'their heads around'.
The pressure to improve on results must come from inside the Slough Town dressing room, according to Jon Underwood.
The management team might be forgiven for tinkering with their squad and systems over the coming
Neil Baker preferred to give credit to Histon, rather than castigate his own players, after they survived an Alamo-like seige from the Rebels on Tuesday night.
Slough, who haven't tasted victory since their 3-0 victory
Jon Underwood admitted he's disappointed the Rebels haven't kicked on after their victory over Weymouth last month.
Underwood hoped the 3-0 win over the then league leaders would herald an improvement in form, but it
Maidenhead United will not rest on their laurels between now and the end of the season, said manager John-son Hippolyte.
The Magpies boss believes the team have turned a corner with recent performances, which included
Windsor 3, Newport Pagnell Town 2 (Berks & Bucks Senior Trophy semi-final)
Windsor progressed to their second successive Berks & Bucks Senior Trophy final after Rob Lazarczuk's penalty earned them a late 3-2 win over
BT Sport has announced it will screen Reading's FA Cup clash with Bradford City for free - but the kick-off time is unlikely to impress supporters.
The subscription channel will make the quarter-final game free
Carlisle United 2, Wycombe Wanderers 3
Wycombe Wanderers secured an all-important three points with an entertaining 3-2 victory at Carlisle United on Saturday.
Consecutive home defeats prior to the trip to Cumbria meant the pressure