A 'sloppy' six for Jersey Bulls, but the boss is still happy

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JERSEY BULLS manager Gary Freeman felt his side could have played better during a comfortable 6-0 home win over AFC Croydon Athletic.

Another masterclass from Sol Solomon, the scorer of a hat-trick, helped the Bulls ease to a comprehensive victory and lift them up to second place in Combined Counties Premier Division South.

Two penalties from Luke Campbell and an added-time goal from substitute Adam Trotter completed the rout against the south-London side, following a four-week break.

‘We had a plan that we wanted to start at a fast pace with the tempo and I thought we did and we got the goals ahead,’ said Freeman.

‘I think then it got a little bit sloppy, a little bit complacent. We maybe dropped off a little bit. Whether the players thought it was a bit too easy … you’re never going to say you are disappointed with 6-0 result but the performance could have been better for a first game back here.’

Full report and reaction in Monday’s JEP.

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