York City’s board of directors have called for an immediate improvement in results following the costly weekend 2-1 defeat to lowly Barnet.
|“We are expecting an improvement in results, starting on Saturday” – Sophie Hicks|
That was sufficient to leave the Minstermen without a victory in eight games and currently only seven points above the dreaded relegation trapdoor.
Manager Gary Mills’ labouring side now face a couple of tough away games at Oxford United and Rotherham United before then entertaining League Cup finalists Bradford City.
“The board were extremely disappointed with Saturday’s result,” communications director Sophie Hicks told The Press. “We felt that progress had been made during the week before because the performance against Gillingham was very good.
“But clearly, for the club and everyone associated with it, including our supporters, we are expecting an improvement in results, starting on Saturday.”