Pinchbeck assistant manager wants more concentration from players if they want to beat drop
Pinchbeck United assistant manager Jimmy Brattan blamed his side's 2-0 defeat at Wellingborough Town on a "lack of concentration" that led to both goals.
The Knights fell behind to a Sean McBride strike five minutes before half-time and Ryan Lovell added a second for the Doughboys with 16 minutes to go.
Player-manager Ian Dunn came on in the second half for Pinchbeck, replacing injured left back Odie Wason, as part of a three-man defence alongside Kane Gilbert and Dan Worthington.
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