RICHARD Fey’s Melksham Town conceded 10 goals in two games over the weekend as the club’s lengthy winless run in the league continues.

The Southern League Division One South strugglers fought back from 2-0 down away at Basingstoke Town on Saturday to haul themselves level in Hampshire – Jack Ball and Swindon Town loanee Joe Romanski netted – only for recently relegated Basingstoke to regain their lead before the break.

As Fey’s men searched for an equaliser late on, the hosts hit them with a sucker punch in the 90th minute to seal the points and ensure Melksham could not follow up their FA Trophy success with another victory.

Two days later, Melksham welcomed Moneyfields to the infiLED Arena and, after conceding first, Fey’s men established a seemingly unassailable 4-1 lead at half-time.

However, Melksham imploded in 13 second-half minutes as Moneyfields scored five times to take a 6-4 lead - a result that means Melksham have failed to win in the league since September 14.

When contacted by the Gazette & Herald for his reaction to the two recent results, manager Richard Fey declined to comment.