Football manager’s foul-mouthed interview leaves viewers stunned after Wrexham defeat


Dorking Wanderers boss Marc White gave the colourful assessment of his side’s 5-0 defeat to Wrexham on Saturday

Dorking Wanderers boss Marc White has gone viral after dishing out a foul-mouthed, frank assessment of his side’s 5-0 defeat at home to Wrexham on Saturday.

A hat-trick from Ollie Palmer, as well as goals from Jacob Mendy and Elliot Lee saw the north Walians cruise to victory over the newly-promoted outfit, and it’s safe to say White pulled no punches in his assessment of the defeat.

He told DWTV: “We can’t defend for s* and, at the moment, if we fell into a bucket full of f*ing tits we’d come out sucking our thumb.

“That’s the bottom line.”

A clip of the interview has since gone viral on social media despite the inappropriate nature of his comments. White did, however, reserve special praise for Wrexham and their supporters.

“The story of today was in both boxes,” he continued. “We had enough possession to put the ball into dangerous areas. Wrexham defended brilliantly. It was a combination of excellent defending and poor last third play.

“We got the ball into great areas. We didn’t penetrate as much as we could.

“A big thanks to the Wrexham fans for coming down and being such a pleasure. I really appreciate that and I hope they have a great season. And massively to our fans, who sung right until the end today.”

Dorking have enjoyed an immensely successful rise up the leagues in recent years, having won promotion from the National League South last season, and White believes his team of several years ago might well have given the Dragons a better test.

“I’ve got to say it how it is. My team of three years ago would’ve beaten them.

“I’m telling you. It’s not the level. I’ve got individuals not stepping up.

“I don’t want to sit here, fluff it up, and say ‘oh this division is going to be tough’. It ain’t * like that. We’ve got players that are not stepping up.

“Our fans are bloody brilliant. I don’t want the fans feeling sorry for themselves, or me, or the players. F*** that.

“But today, you can’t say it’s a stepping stone. We’ve got d****d 5-0, and at the back we were abysmal.”

Opposite number Phil Parkinson was a little calmer in his view of the game, having seen his side bring themselves to within one point of league leaders Chesterfield.

“I thought it was a really good, solid performance first and foremost without the ball,” he told the Leader.

“Everyone did their jobs out of possession.

“On Tuesday we won, we had periods we weren’t happy with and we looked at that with the lads; when Gateshead went down to 10 men, we became too open out of possession, they had a bit of possession and it created a bit of edginess when we had the ball.

“Today, the minute we lost it everybody did their job for the team because we know when we win the ball back, we have got good players.

“I thought there was a real tightness about us when we didn’t have the ball and I enjoy watching that as much as scoring the goals.”


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