York City manager Gary Mills will again consider whether to recall any of his on loan players in the wake of the dismal weekend display at Plymouth Argyle.
|“I have to make decisions” – Gary Mills|
While the Minstermen were going unrewarded from their long trek to Devon on Saturday their on loan duo Jonathan Smith and Tom Platt were both doing the business elsewhere.
Former Swindon Town midfielder Smith scored his first goal for Luton Town in their 3-0 home victory against Alfreton Town, while youngster Platt raised his own recent tally to five goals with a double as Harrogate Town won 2-1 at Colwyn Bay.
Another option would be to recall the experienced Lee Bullock from Gateshead as Mills attempts to rediscover a winning blend for a side managing only a stuttering four victories in their last twenty games.
“I have to make decisions and we will see where that takes us,” Mills told The Press following the visitors barely raising a-shot-in-anger during a hugely lacklustre performance at Home Park.
Struggling York next up face a crucial couple of weekends in the build-up to Christmas with successive visits from lowly Bristol Rovers and table-topping Gillingham.