Oct 10 2012 By Kalika Mehta
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Tony Choules has demanded his players become more decisive after two errors in judgement saw Uxbridge suffer a 2-0 loss against Beaconsfield SYCOB.
Goals from Ryan Upward and Nathan Jack were enough to see off an out of sorts Uxbridge at Honeycroft on Tuesday night.
And Choules has warned his troops they will need to cut out these costly mistakes if they are to gain promotion from the Evo-Stik Division One Central.
He said: “We're disappointed. I think we had a number of players not at their best tonight but at the end of the day I've just got to accept that tonight we lost to the better side.
“I thought they were more mobile, more physically stronger than us but having said that we make two wrong decisions - goalkeeper for the first goal, trying to play offside for the second goal.
“I was pleased the way we went about our second half but at the end of the day we lost to the better side and it was due to indecision making by Uxbridge.
“So team-wise we made two wrong decisions and we got punsihed so at the end of the day if you make wrong decision in football you're going to get punished and I have to accept that fact.”
The Reds are looking to get their season back on track on Saturday when they entertain pointless Chertsey Town.