Bromsgrove Sporting midfielder Robbie Bunn writes for The Standard in his weekly column and reflects on the defeat at Shepshed Dynamo and the midweek victory over Romulus.
THE GAME at Shepshed was the worst day of football since my arrival at Bromsgrove – both individually and collectively!
We were very poor on the day and the combination of some very sloppy goals and some poor finishing at vital times meant that we got exactly what we deserved out of the game, absolutely nothing!
With that said, days like Saturday have been very limited and I knew we had a good chance of turning the tides straight back around with a cup game against a team from a higher division.
Tuesday’s performance against Romulus was much-improved, with the work rate and desire back to somewhere close to where it needs to be in order to grab the desired results.
Sean Brain was excellent on the night with two very good finishes and was my man-of-the-match.
It was also nice to see Connor Deards grab the winner as he has not had the greatest of luck since his arrival at Sporting. Hopefully that goal can be the inspiring moment he needed to drive him onto success here.
Overall, Tuesday was all about bouncing back from Saturday’s disappointment and getting a result.
And the boys did not disappoint, meaning we can now look forward to the cup draw as well as this week’s league fixture against Rugby Town which will be another massive test for us!