Gloucester City caretaker manager and club legend Tom Webb has given his thoughts on an “emotional week for the club” after their 2-0 defeat at East Thurrock United this afternoon.
Webb, who was speaking on the Gloucester City Facebook page after the result, said that everyone of the playing staff and coaches can be held accountable for the departure of manager Chris Todd earlier this week.
In the post match interview Webb said;
“We have all got to stick together. It’s been probably really an emotional week for the club, for the players, for me, for Mike and for everybody involved.
Obviously Toddy’s gone and for me, we are all accountable. Myself, Greener [joint caretaker manager, Mike Green], the players and we wanted to put it right. We fell short again today but we’ve got to stick together.
They are all hurt in there and they have been hurting after every defeat this season.”
Today’s defeat leaves the Tigers in 21st position in the National League South at present and four points from safety after Hungerford Town’s 2-1 win over Concord Rangers.
Later in the interview Webb went on to say that he expects the club to bring in some new faces and has even said that current players have approached him to offer up portions of their wages in order to benefit the club’s fight for relegation.
You can watch the full interview on the Gloucester City Facebook page or below.