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Team was weak and naive says assistant Vaughan

FRUSTRATED assistant manager Lee Vaughan fears that Saturday’s 2-1 defeat to Bromsgrove Sporting has scuppered any play-off hopes for Stratford Town.

The Bards were second best against a side struggling at the foot of the table and Vaughan accepts that matters are out of their hands going into this weekend’s final game at Royston Town.

He said: “That was by far the worst performance since I’ve been here at the club. The Redditch game took some beating but we’ve managed to top that. We were like rabbits in the headlights. It proved just too much for us and not enough people wanted to get on the ball and play.

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