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No cause for panic at Moors.

SOLIHULL Moors insist there's no cause for panic despite their poor start to the season.

Moors suffered their fourth straight defeat this week when losing to Gloucester City.

Chairman Nigel Collins claimed: "It's more disappointing because Gloucester was a game we thought we'd get something out of.

"There have been big changes at Moors during the summer which included taking in a new coach with Paul Wanless, while Dean Spink has come on board as well.

"It all takes time for things to gel and although we're all extremely disappointed at the start we've made, we're trying to be patient and not panic.

"The important thing is that nobody has outplayed us this season but we need to improve."

At least Moors will be able to include former Shamrock Rovers player Darren Stapleton for their trip to Harrogate today after international clearance finally came through from the Irish FA.
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