Unhappy Martin makes a point, and still takes all three points

Terrors boss Martin terrorises his charges after a near-miss

Frustration: Jamie Martin's team won all the points against Whitstable but the manager was unimpressed after 90 minutes

Getting off on the right foot: Carl Wilson-Dennis opened the scoring against Whitstable SP71842

First published in Sport Croydon Guardian: Photograph of the Author by , Sports editor

Tooting & Mitcham boss Jamie Martin slammed his team after they almost threw away a 3-0 lead against Whitstable Town.

Goals from Carl Wilson-Dennis, Taurean Roberts and Trevor Lowe had the Terrors in command at half-time in the Ryman League Division One South clash at Imperial Fields.

However, Whitstable staged a fight-back that almost cost Martin’s men three points and the new permanent Terrors manager cut a strip of his charges at full time.

“As good as we were in the first half, we were very disappointing in the second half,” he said.

“We took our foot off the pedal and I was very annoyed at the attitude and lack of desire the lads showed. You cannot afford to relax in this league, never.

“I told them in no uncertain terms that a performance like the second half was not acceptable.”

The Terrors go to Met Police in the London County Cup on Wednesday night, before returning to league action with a trip to Worthing.

Read this week’s Wandsworth and Wimbledon Guardian for the background to how Martin was offered the manager’s job on a full-time basis.

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