Valiants boss slams his players

25 November 2009 01:41
Adams felt his team should have pushed on in Tuesday night's League Two clash at Vale Park after Doug Loft scored his first goal for the club early on. But the visitors fought back to secure a deserved share of the spoils in a 2-2 draw.

Adams said: "We started the game well, we scored and then we could have scored a couple more. But then we sat off them and I'm not happy.

"There were players out there who didn't want the ball. They were hiding and I won't have it.

"My players seem to be different animals away from home when I don't see that in their play. But I need players who are brave and prepared to accept the ball in difficult situations at all times.

"The challenge was to beat a decent Torquay team and push into the top half of the table. I'm disappointed we haven't achieved that and the players will know how I feel for the rest of the week."

Source: Team_Talk