LESSONS must be learned by York City if they are to turnaround their stuttering form at Wycombe Wanderers today.
The Minstermen have won only one of their last eight games and, in the wake of last weekend’s 4-1 home defeat by Morecambe, assistant manager Darron Gee believes they need to improve at both ends of the pitch.
Gee said: “We’ve had a bit of a chat and, realistically, the Morecambe game swung on two pivotal moments.
“Dan Parslow failed to take a chance at 1-1 and, a couple of minutes later, Michael Ingham made an individual error which he hasn’t done all season and we ended up 2-1 down.
“We know we have to be more ruthless but, when you are chasing a game, you still have to defend as well. Possibly, we have to take some responsibility as a management team too. Maybe, we need to believe in what we are best at instead of looking to change formation.”