Horsham boss Simon Colbran is promising more new faces in the wake of Saturday’s 3-1 loss at Chipstead.
The Hornets’ dismal away record - which has seen them go 13 months with a Ryman League win away from Gorings Mead - continued with the defeat in the first meeting between the two sides. Goals from Ashley Lodge, James McShane and Shane Graham sealed the win, despite Charlie Farmer’s first Horsham goal giving the visitors a lifeline at 2-0.
Colbran, who dropped Ian Varley, James Brockhurst and Ryan Marriott, while youngsters Jamie Ampleford and Harry Smith were given starts, was not impressed.
“I didn’t get what I wanted from the changes, we want people committed enough to wear that Horsham shirt with pride.
“There is hardly any communication in the dressing room and there is nothing on the pitch, I am not having that.
“There are players who who want to fight for Horsham but not enough. We have started looking now.”