Video reaction: Marc Gall

Rye United manager Marc Gall gives his verdict on the 4-1 loss at home to Hassocks on Saturday.

Ben Billings on the ball for Rye United in the defeat to Hassocks. Picture by Simon Newstead
Ben Billings on the ball for Rye United in the defeat to Hassocks. Picture by Simon Newstead

A Jordan Woodley free kick ended Rye’s 325-minute scoring drought and gave them a half time lead, but Hassocks turned the Sussex County Football League Division One match firmly on its head after the turnaround.

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Rye will be back in action tonight (Tuesday) when Newhaven visit The Salts for a 7.45pm kick-off. Rye are just five points and three places above the bottom three having failed to win any of their last five league matches. Newhaven are two positions and three points better off.

Ben Billings on the ball for Rye United in the defeat to Hassocks. Picture by Simon Newstead