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Harriers boss rues wayward finishing
9:15am Wednesday 14th August 2013 in News
STEVE Burr lamented Harriers' lack of killer instinct after Tuesday night's 3-1 loss in Alfreton.
The Carpetmen missed a host of chances to score, with Michael Gash, Anthon Malbon and Marvin Johnson also missing the target.
Former Kidderminster players Dan Bradley, who bagged a devastating brace, and Tom Shaw were far more clinical as impressive Alfreton hit them on the break.
"I was very happy with the way we played and if you don't put your chances away like we didn't you're going to struggle to win games," rued Harriers' manager.
"We kept going and everything Alfreton hit went in. We were a bit disappointed with a couple of the goals they scored but I don't want to take anything away from Alfreton.
"I thought our play was very good but all that was missing was the goals."
He added: "There were periods in the game where we should have scored. Right after half-time Michael Gash had a great chance with a header and I thought it was one of those nights when we weren't going score at all.
"The goal we got was from an unbelievable passing move. It's always disappointing when we lose but I am happy with the lads have been playing."
Harriers will be looking to bounce back at Braintree on Saturday (3pm ko).
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