Fisher FC boss Gary Abbott feels his team are not learning from their mistakes as they fell to a 3-1 home defeat against Sheppey United last Saturday.
The Rotherhithe side fell behind after just two minutes when Matt Gething scored for the visitors only for Fisher’s Joseph Adesina to level before the break.
But two goals from Ramel Davis and Ian Batten, and the sending off of Fisher’s Scott Wason, saw the visitors secure all three points.
Speaking after the game Abbott said: “[It’s] not good, I’m not at all happy; we talked about defensive errors and we go and do it again.”
The reverse was the Black and White’s second defeat in four days after they lost 2-1 to AFC Croydon last Wednesday night.
They are once again in action on a Wednesday night this week, when they took on Croydon FC away from home.
Abbott added: “Saturday’s result now means it will be even more important to get three points against Croydon FC.
“As a team we gave the ball away too easily [against Sheppey] and our final ball wasn’t good enough; we keep making the same mistakes in the final third and we get punished.
“Hopefully we can put that right against Croydon.”
Fisher have two home games in the next seven days starting with Satuday’s game against Tunbridge Wells FC, followed by the visit of Cray Valley FC next Wednesday evening.
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