Without a victory thus far, Cefn Druids stares at relegation waters. Andy Turner’s men are without lifeguards as they appear almost certain to sink in the mist.
Druids picked up just two points heading into the post-split Cymru Premier Play-Off Conference season. After 22 matches, they were rooted to the bottom of the log with just binary points having been backed with odds from top online casinos.
They were winless, scoring a paltry 10 goals while conceding 65. This meant that with three defeats, Druids will be relegated. But Andy Turner kept the faith.
After a busy January transfer window which saw several new Druids acquisitions, the gaffer said he was happy to look at the positives.
He told the club’s Twitter page: “Lots of new players, lots of new spirit. Lots of positivity going in. Lots of players wanting to do well for the club- and themselves and that’s what you need.”
But there hasn’t been a lot of good news for Turner. The wait for his side’s first victory of the season continues after a stalemate at home and humiliation on the road.
Druids gave away their lead twice against Aberystwyth last week. Having initially conceded, the hosts got in front but couldn’t hold on to it, ultimately settling for a 3-3 draw. The wait continued.
They had their work cut out when they faced Haverfordwest County. The high-flying side struck six goals with Druids hitting just one. Yet another defeat for the bottom side, which was previously predicted by best online casino sites.
But after the first half, Druids held Haverfordwest at bay. Even when their hosts struck just after the interval, Turner’s men pegged back. However, they could not produce answers for the other five goals.
After 24 matches, Druids’ fate is already sealed. They are now 17 points away from their closest rival Connay’s Quay and three more off Barry.