We'll bounce back - Westley
Boro boss Graham Westley is confident his side will shrug off the disappointment of losing to Ebbsfleet on Tuesday night and bounce back against Kidderminster at the weekend. The second half performance at Stonebridge Road took many people by surprise bu
Boro boss Graham Westley is confident his side will shrug off the disappointment of losing to Ebbsfleet on Tuesday night and bounce back against Kidderminster at the weekend.
The second half performance at Stonebridge Road took many people by surprise but Boro will be determined to show it was only a slight blip and get back on the winning trail for the visit of Mark Yates' side.
"I don't think anyone in our place is going to find it difficult to pick themselves up," said Westley, who saw a brace from Stefan Bailey cancel out Yemi Odubade's deflected opener in midweek. "We got beaten by Port Vale and we know it's about what we do next.
"There's no point dwelling on the result at Ebbsfleet - we weren't good and we know that and, unless we up our performance massively from the second half on Tuesday, we can't expect to get the points that we so desire."
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Westley is well aware that Kidderminster will be looking to add another dent in the club's promotion charge with Harriers already having beaten the likes of Oxford and Kettering this season.
"They have been getting good results and working their way up the table," added Westley.
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"They are going to be in the mood for it I'm sure - we are going to have to work hard for everything that we get.