It is back to the training ground for St Albans City after manager David Noble lamented "unforced errors" in their loss at Yeovil Town.

Saints went down 2-1 to the Glovers, conceding to Jordan Maguire-Drew after just three minutes.

Mitchell Weiss did pull them level but a goal in the minutes before half-time from Rhys Murphy turned out to be the winner.

Herts Advertiser: David Noble will take his players back to basics. Picture: SACFCDavid Noble will take his players back to basics. Picture: SACFC (Image: St Albans City Football Club)

The Saints boss said: "I’m obviously not happy to have been beaten, that’s the first thing. 

"There were a lot of good bits but the manner of the two goals, and not just the manner but the timing of them too, frustrating is the right word. 

"[Conceding after three minutes] makes it much more difficult. 

"Coming to an away ground, you want to keep the crowd as quiet as possible. That was something I said before the game: don’t give them encouragement and something to cheer. 

"It took 25 minutes for us to get into the game because that sort of start puts people on edge. 

"But then we did and got the goal. We were looking the stronger side but then we go and concede one two minutes before the break from our own mistakes again. 

"And I say mistakes, they were unforced errors, giving the ball away under no pressure. 

"We did that quite a bit today and it is something I am massive on, keeping the ball. 

"If you are going to be a passing team, you’re going to need people who can look after the ball. 

"We won’t stop passing it and I won’t stop drilling them on how to do it and how to play simple. 

"We can’t play Hollywood balls and dribble down blind alleys. We need to look after the football." 

And those upcoming training sessions will also have a focus on using the ball when they have it.

Noble said: "For all the possession and territory in that second half we didn’t really create too much. 

"There were a couple of long shots, two or three crosses. That will be something we will look to improve. 

"For that amount of possession, you have to be putting crosses into the box, you have to be having shots and you have to be putting the back line under pressure."