Mark Stimson warned Boro will guard against complacency in the return fixture at Broadhall Way. The Boro boss said: We ve still got a job to do this Saturday and Grays have shown us they will ask us some questions. And I think there will be a lot more g
Mark Stimson warned Boro will guard against complacency in the return fixture at Broadhall Way.
The Boro boss said: "We've still got a job to do this Saturday and Grays have shown us they will ask us some questions.
"And I think there will be a lot more goals in the second game.
"We cancelled each other out on a difficult surface in the first half and then it was more what you'd expect in the second half."
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Matchwinner Santos Gaia came in for high praise as Stimson added: "Santos is a team player and the sort of person you want in a semi-final."
And of the decision to start Dale Binns in place of fellow winger Mitchell Cole, Stimson continued: "It wasn't a game for Mitchell to start due to the pitch. But we gave him some time at the end and their full-back dropped off 15 or 20 yards as soon as Mitchell came on."
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Referring to his 'spat' with rival boss Edinburgh, Stimson said: "I had words with Justin but we shook hands afterwards.
"It's a semi-final and things get said in the heat of the moment.