Tuesday Sep 22, 2009
Tamworth returned from Moss Lane with a point following their goalless draw with Altincham on Tuesday night, and boss Gary Mills had no arguments about his sides performance.
"The lads are disappointed that they couldn't get the win, but there are no complaints as far as I'm concerned. We had the better chances, were the better team for most of the game and Danny Alcock barely had a save to make. A clean sheet and an away point is superb. We've not deserved to lose any of our dozen games so far."
"We have got to learn to take our chances though, as we had a number of good ones tonight. We opened them up in the first half, Michael Blackwood had a good game and Simon Russell had a great chance before half time while Neil MacKenzie forced a great save at the end of the game. But we were magnificent once again and we'll work on these things. They are learning all the time.
"It's good to have Neil back although he it's unlikely he'll be 100% for a while. We may also have Wrighty back on Saturday with Wylde and Rodman the week after so the squad is 'growing' again and that can only be good for us."
Next up for Tamworth is a long trip to Eastbourne Borough on Saturday, Sept 26. A supporters coach departs The Lamb at 8am on Saturday morning and you can book your seat via the usual routes."