Rangers boss laments teams lack of determination in Stoke Hill reversal
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Offwell Rangers went down 5-1 when they travelled into Exeter to meet Stoke Hill for their latest Macron League Division Seven outing.
Once again the biggest pre-match problem for Rangers boss Scott Phillips was player availability.
Ben Fullick scored what, o the day, proved to be a rare highlight.
Rangers boss Phillips lamented: “It was once again a real struggle even to field a team and it was very much a last minute thing.
This availability issue has now become a massive problem for us.”
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Another matter also concerns the Rangers boss as he alluded too saying: “The match against Stoke Hill was completely ruined for us by some of the decisions made by the man in the middle!
“It was purely frustration at the decisions being taken that led to us having a player dismissed.
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“I do believe that the standard of officiating is becoming a big problem and, from my point of view, it’s taking the enjoyment out of playing the game.
“It was the strange decision making, combined with a lack of determination from us and also the fact that we played for an hour a player light that caused us to lose this match.”