Published: Monday, March 27th 2017
Slough Town PALS: March update
Written by Alan Meredith, Slough Town PALS Manager
Slough Town PALS gained four draws from their six games in March.
The March league results for the PALS team were very disappointing, with four draws and two defeats.
Both Northampton Town and Milton Keynes adapted a very physical approach to disrupting our pattern of play, and we need to learn how to deal with this better.
We just hang onto top spot but our lead has been reduced to only a couple of points now.
Our problem is at both ends of the pitch. With only four goals scored in the last six games we put ourselves under huge pressure at the back.
Although we have not conceded more than one goal in any game this month, lapses of concentration or trying to play out from the back has cost us the points invariably towards the end of matches.
We have a lot to work on in the next few weeks if we are to maintain our challenge for the league title with 10 games to go!
New signing Liam Watson, who is an attacking midfielder, is pictured alongside captain Paul Wade at Oxford City this weekend.