PAUL Carden thought Warrington Town showed Brackley Town “far too much respect” during their FA Cup defeat today.

Yellows exited the competition in the third qualifying round after a 2-0 defeat at St James’ Park, with Thierry Audel and Ellis Myles scoring for the National League North outfit.

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Town failed to register a shot on target, with Carden labelling his side’s play going forward as “toothless.”

He also says he “has some decisions to make” regarding some members of his squad.

“For the first 35 minutes of the first half, we showed them far too much respect,” he said.

“I don’t mean that in a derogatory way – they’re a good team and they were better than us today.

“I’m saying the same things every week – some of our decision-making has me scratching my head. They’re better players than that.

“When you’re going through a bad run like we’re in at the moment, you find out who is going to stand up and help you out of the other side and who isn’t.

“I’ve got a few decisions to make on that, to be honest. We have to because we’re not doing the things that made us such a good team last season.

“We look toothless and we don’t look good on the ball at times.

“I don’t think we had a shot on target today. We had a couple of shots and a few moments but nothing telling.

“Nothing was sticking and the ball kept coming back. We’ve got plenty of food for thought before Tuesday.

“It wasn’t a stroll in the park for them today, but they were never really stretched.”

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