Reaction: Moore and Mandron discuss Maidstone defeat
Reaction to the 2-1 defeat at Maidstone, quotes from Eastleigh boss Ronnie Moore: “One or two think they’re better than they are and that’s got to change.
“Everyone wants to beat us but we need to have the best team not just the best individual players.
“We seem to think it’s going to be easy against the so-called lesser teams.
“Too many think they can just turn up - they have to look in the mirror.
“That was disappointing again - the goals we give away - the first one was unbelievable.
“We get back in it and then give away a stupid pen. You can’t legislate for that. You do all the work with your back four in training and then we go and do that.
“How we missed that chance at the end when Beano (Constable) put the ball past the post...you have to take your chances when they come but it’s not going for us in front of goal.
“It’s back to the drawing board. We’ve got a lot to work on to get a play-off spot.
“Our better players are having a wobble, which happens, but they have to give more than that. It wasn’t good enough. How many teams from the top seven come here and get beat? Not many.”
Listen to Radio Solent interviews here with Ronnie Moore, Mikael Mandron and former Spitfire Yemi Odubade below:
LISTEN: @EastleighFC manager Ronnie Moore after their 2-1 defeat to Maidstone United https://t.co/Niks8TkJpI via @audioBoom— BBC Solent Sport (@solentsport) November 29, 2016
LISTEN: @EastleighFC striker Mikael Mandron on their 2-1 defeat at Maidstone United https://t.co/iMRyAGyP7o via @audioBoom— BBC Solent Sport (@solentsport) November 29, 2016
LISTEN: former @EastleighFC striker Yemi Odubade after defeating the Spitfires with new club Maids... https://t.co/EB84LSJeIB via @audioBoom— BBC Solent Sport (@solentsport) November 29, 2016