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Clayton: We’re not killing teams off
Romford captain Paul Clayton revealed his frustration after his side’s 2-2 draw with Ryman One North rivals Chatham last night.
Alfie May put the visitors ahead at Ship Lane, but Tom Richardson levelled with his ninth goal of the season before the break.
And, after Ryan Imbert had a header ruled out for offside and Chats had two efforts chalked off in the second half, Abs Seymour fired Boro ahead from 20 yards.
Boro had let a two-goal lead slip on their way to a last-gasp 3-2 defeat against high-flying Witham on Saturday and Paul Martin’s men failed to hold onto a winning lead once again.
May claimed his second goal of the night on 80 minutes to grab a point for Chats, who had substitute Taylor McDonaugh sent off late on for two bookable offences.
Boro skipper Clayton said: ”It was a game we should have won.
“We’re not killing teams off when we’re in good positions in games at the moment.”
Hull City manager Steve Bruce believes that Arsenal have the ability to win the league this season.