Tasman United have to be 'nasty in both boxes' as poor finishing and soft defending costs them against Eastern Suburbs
He may have rated their 4-2 loss to Eastern Suburbs as the team's best performance to date but Tasman United coach Richard Anderson said further improvements need to be made at both ends of the pitch if they want to turn these tight defeats into points on the
They may sit at opposite ends of the Stirling Sports Premiership table but Tasman United have shown that there's not much separating the top and bottom teams when they actually meet on the field.
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A controversial penalty decision late in the game wasn't Tasman United's complete undoing on Sunday, but there was still no coming back from the subsequent third goal from Waitakere United captain Jake Butler.
Midfielder Alex Ridsdale said it feels like Tasman United have taken two steps backwards after following up their maiden victory with a 3-1 defeat at home to Waitakere United.
Nelson Mail sports reporter Phillip Rollo says it's been a big year for sport in Nelson and now his coverage of it is being recognised nationally.
It may have taken five rounds to get their first win but Tasman United coach Richard Anderson hopes it takes just one more to get their second.
Two years ago Sam Wilson packed his bags and moved to Wellington.
Last week Richard Anderson said that it wouldn't be long before Tinashe Marowa forced his way into the starting lineup.