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Whild laments 'stupid mistakes'
5:59pm Saturday 8th September 2012 in News
ASSISTANT boss Gary Whild was left to lament wasted chances and errors at the back after Harriers ' 2-2 draw with Southport on Saturday.
Kyle Storer had opened the scoring but after a defensive error allowed Karl Ledsham to score and a Tony Gray penalty had given the Sandgrounders an undeserved lead, substitute Anthony Malbon grabbed an 88th minute leveller.
With Hyde beating Hereford 5-2, the draw means Harriers have slipped to bottom of the table.
Whild said: "Anyone can see we're creating enough chances, in general we probably did 70 or 80 per cent right but the manner of the two goals we let in, that's where we are at the moment.
"When you are making mistakes and gifting goals that's why you are around the bottom of the table and it summed up probably where we are."
Before both of Southport's goals, Harriers were much the better side with home debutants Josh Peniket and Josh Gowling looking good.
Gowling was at fault for the first goal in an otherwise encouraging performance.
"There were a lot of good performances today and there's positives to take out of the game," Whild added.
"We scored a good goal and then showed some spirit to get back into it.
"Where are in the bottom four because we're making stupid mistakes and not killing teams off when we make chances."
In a further set back for Harriers, Kyle Storer looks set for a spell on the sidelines after injuring his knee in the first half. He was replaced by Manny Panther.