Manager Michael Goode blamed defensive naivety for Deeping Rangers’ first home league defeat this season.
The world of football seems obsessed with statistics – but it’s only the result that really counts.
A two-week spell will test Deeping Rangers’ credentials as a top-four team, according to boss Michael Goode.
The pre-Christmas top-four challenge got off to a great start at Deeping Rangers.
Michael Goode has guided Deeping Rangers to an unbeaten run of nine home league games since taking charge last summer.
The man-of-the-match award could have been shared by six players after a terrific display from Deeping Rangers.
Michael Goode is “reasonably pleased” with the progress made by Deeping Rangers so far this season.