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Adams remains positive despite Weymouth thrashing

Stratford Town manager Carl Adams. Photo: Mark Williamson
Stratford Town manager Carl Adams. Photo: Mark Williamson

MANAGER Carl Adams admitted Stratford Town had "a bad day at the office" after Saturday's 5-0 defeat to Weymouth at the DCS Stadium.

The result was never in doubt after Chris Shephard scored twice for the Terras, in the 17th and 20th minutes.

Dan Smith made it 3-0 before Sam Jordan added two more as Stratford suffered their heaviest defeat of the season.

“Weymouth were by far the best team we’ve faced this season," said Adams.

"Had we been at our best we might still have lost. As it was we were below par and they were far too good for us. It was a bad day at the office.

"Sometimes when you lose you just have to hold your hand up and say that the opposition were better and that was definitely true on Saturday.

"But it’s not all doom and gloom as even after this result we are still only three points off fifth spot in the league which shows how tight it is in mid-table.”

More reaction in this week's Herald.

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