Farnborough defender Darryl Siaw spoke to www.farnboroughfc.co.uk following Saturday’s 3-0 defeat at Ebbsfleet United.

The 20 year-old Lambeth-born defender admitted defeat to a clinical Ebbsfleet side but was optimistic for future games.

Darryl, what is your reaction to Saturday’s 3-0 defeat a now 2nd place Ebbsfleet United?

“Harsh score line due to us still being in the game with five minutes to go but we’re slowly building on our positives and getting better. We went up against a well drilled Ebbsfleet side and they deserve credit for punishing us.”

A signing from Walton Casuals in January 2014, Siaw took the Captains armband towards the end of the game following the departure of Phil Page.

How pleased were you to take the Captains armband in the second half?

“Happy to be passed it down from Pagey as he left, but I was more focused on the game, but to receive it was an honour.”

Where’s it going wrong on the pitch at the moment and what can the team do to turn it around?

“Hard to put our finger on it, but we need time for all of us to gel and get things right, as I said we’re getting better we just need a result to come.”

Farnborough head to St Albans in a quick turnaround on Monday evening, what are your thoughts going into the game?

“St Albans will be a very tough place to go plus they’ve just beaten Basingstoke away, but if we improve on Saturday’s performance and we click as a team there’s no reason why we can’t get a result.”

With a FaST Supporter Coach confirmed for Monday evenings trip to St Albans, you can still book a seat – click here to find out how to book.

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