Moore finds recruitment frustration.

Last updated : 30 October 2009 By Bigrich.....
After losing to Bury last Saturday, boss Ronnie Moore stated that he was looking to bring in new blood in an attempt to freshen up his squad.

However his attempts have not bourn fruit with wages demands from players being the reason Ronnie tells the 'Tiser.

"I've spoken to a couple of people but nothing has happened. The players we bring in have got to be better than the ones we have got. We've looked at one or two Championship clubs who've got loads of players on the fringes but some of them are on £5,000 a week."

"Something might happen next week but in the meantime we've circulated other clubs telling them we've got players available to go out on loan. There's no specific names in there and we want to see what they come back with."
"We've no composure when we concede, We need someone to put their foot on the ball and keep it and take the sting out of the game. We have to defend better also and that's not a moan at the back four. The midfield has to work harder to stop teams getting through and the strikers have to work their socks off."

"As I've said, this is the same team that started the season so well and Jimmy Mullen and I have done nothing different since we came in. We're still playing 4-4-2 and the training is the same as what they're used to. What has changed is that individual errors that were going unpunished before are getting punished now. You can be the best coach in the world but you can't legislate for individual mistakes." he added. 

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