New Dons head coach looking to add consistency – as Peterborough’s pace helps them motor on in League One – South London News


If there’s one factor to be discovered from the defeat at Peterborough it’s that tempo tells. There are two methods to cease these forays. The outdated type Wimbledon approach could be hacking the participant down – regretfully within the current local weather that might imply crimson playing cards galore.

Is the staff too good, is a query typically requested by the assorted Fb teams? The higher approach is to chop off provide to the participant or gamers with velocity at their disposal – the likes of Siriki Dembele.

It takes time for gamers to grasp what’s required below a brand new boss. This was solely Mark Robinson’s second recreation in cost, and first since being appointed head coach on a everlasting foundation.

Within the first half, it was evident the gamers understood monitoring again, masking and chopping off the provision, however Peterborough modified issues simply earlier than half time, and Wimbledon have been unable to manage.

Within the forty ninth and 52nd minutes, Peterborough made their breakthrough with ability, direct working and motion off the ball for Sammie Szmodics to attain twice from contained in the penalty field.

The even first half, wherein Wimbledon had the perfect of the possibilities, was quickly a distant reminiscence.

Robinson is in search of a pacesetter on the pitch to recognise when issues are drifting, and to convey the staff again on observe. Alex Woodyard was the most recent to put on the captain’s armband towards his former aspect, and was busy everywhere in the pitch encouraging his colleagues. Whether or not he’s the long-term answer shall be determined over the following few matches, beginning with Gillingham on Tuesday.

The sport is about outcomes, and consistency. Peterborough are on a effective run of constant outcomes and rightfully sit second within the League One desk.

That consistency is what Robinson is now looking for from his staff. One brilliant spot is that debutant Shayon Harrison’s ankle damage doesn’t appear as critical as first feared.

Star Man: Nesta Guinness-Walker. Provides tons to the assault.

Finest Second: Nice interchange play between Joe Pigott, Shayon Harrison and Ryan Longman, which noticed the house keeper save on the second try.

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