The Fleet came back twice to take a point at home to Chippenham Town and manager Dennis Kutrieb said they can do more from set pieces despite that being the route for both goals for the home side.
“We’ve already scored goals this season through set pieces and I said a few months ago we can do more there,” he said. “Set pieces always deliver a good opportunity to score. A header in the first-half from Elliott Romain from a set piece should have been a goal and on the negative side we conceded from a set piece.
“Even with a poor first-half, it was possible to win the game as you saw in the second-half. But it’s already gone and we need to be ready for Monday.”
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