Barrow AFC boss demands better performance
Last updated at 19:36, Friday, 28 December 2012
BARROW AFC manager Dave Bayliss is demanding a massive improvement from his players when they go to Macclesfield Town in the FA Cup tomorrow (kick-off 3pm).
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Only consolation on sat is that surely we cannot play as bad as Wednesdays disaster.
It is no wonder bayles said he was embarrassed.
Dont think I have ever seen such a display.
Not a clue going forward,midfield non existant and defence so fragile.
Body language said it all.
Agree with previous comment how the headless chicken(Rutherford) is ever selected I will never know.
He found his level at Chesham when he wasn,t too bad so really he should be playing at that level definitely not Conference standard but he keeps getting selected. Why?
Unfortunately for the club he is certainly not the only one who is playing well above his capabilities and unless there is a dramatic change of faces in the transfer window I just cannot see us anything but relegation certainties.
Danny Hurst,Hessey, Boyes to me stand out as having the quality for this level but as for the rest their level is a lot lower than the Conference.
I sincerely hope I am proved wrong as I want us to succeed but with the present squad and very strange tactics from the management set up on both selections and the way we play it will take a miracle for us to stay in that league.
Having watched some 37 games this season most of them Conference games I have to say we are in the correct position in the league.
It certainly is of no pleasure at all to come out with a statement like that but it is fact and without a dramatic change of players and tactics I fear I will be proved correct. Lets hope I am wrong.
only Â£27,000 at stake. good luck, you will need it going to macc with the team we have.sort it out bayliss!!cuffy
Has been said by many, why take off our best striker and leave the headless chicken that is Rutherford running round the pitch. The team selection and formation leaves a lot to be desired and may yet see us relegated