STRATFORD Town manager Carl Adams has moved quickly to squash rumours of dressing room unrest after the departure of his skipper Dan Parker who has joined Halesowen Town.
Stratford beat Kirby Muxloe 2-1 at the DCS Stadium on Saturday to increase their lead at the top of the Baker Joiner Midland Alliance to 16 points.
With nearest challengers Stourport Swifts and Loughborough University both suffering shock defeats, goals from Lei Brown and Jamie Molyneux overcame a resolute Kirby in a hard-fought battle in front of 212 spectators.
Comments posted on certain websites hinted that all was not well with the table-toppers. But Adams was dismissive of any problems in the camp.
He said: "It seems that some people are trying to undermine what we are doing here with some ill-advised comments on some websites. It's complete nonsense.
"I'm disappointed to lose Dan but he had the opportunity to join Halesowen before Christmas and it was always on the cards. As far as I'm concerned he goes with my blessing and I wish him well.
"We are 16 points clear and now is the time for solidarity. We are there to be shot at but I have got a team of winners and invariably there will be the odd upset."
Town were also without the injured Ashley Edwards, Ricky Baker and Tyrone Fagan on Saturday but Adams is trying to bring in new faces ahead of Tuesday night's home game against Tipton Town, kick-off 7.45pm.
Studley did Town a huge favour on Saturday when they beat Stourport Swifts 2-1 at The Beehive. They entertain Heath Hayes on Tuesday, 7.45pm.
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