09:00AM, Thursday 19 March 2020
Maidenhead United defender Seth Twumasi believes the Magpies were deserving of at least a point as they lost to Stockport County on Saturday, their fifth consecutive league loss.
Ody Alfa’s fantastic first half volley handed the Magpies the advantage, but they failed to hold onto it as the Hatters scored twice to seal all three points and move up to seventh in the table.
Maidenhead fell into the bottom three off the back of the result, but, with the season now suspended until at least April 3, it remains to be seen whether the season will be played out.
“We went 1-0 up and we really should be coming away with a point at least,” said Twumasi.
“They had hardly taken any shots in the first half.
“But we are in the situation we are in because we keep making individual errors at times, and I think that is something we need to cut out quickly if we are to stay in this league.
“It’s just about everyone doing their job.
“Making sure that you stay with your man and making sure you know the tactics and what the manager is asking us to do. I think we have let ourselves down by not doing that.
“I was a bit surprised that our game went ahead given that the Premier League all the way to League Two has been cancelled.
“But we’re professionals and we still have to come and do our job.”
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