Bedworth United manager Billy Hollywood locked his players in the
dressing room after this fourth defeat of the season.
The angry manager gave his players a roasting after yet another defensive mistake cost
them valuable points.
Bedworth are now third from bottom of the Dr Martens League Midland Division with just
one point to show from their five opening games.
Hollywood went into the match believing the side had ironed out its previous
difficulties of leaking goals while being unable to score themselves. They have scored
just one goal and have lost three matches by a 0-1 scoreline.
They enjoyed the better of a poor first half against Clevedon, but found the visitors'
goalkeeper Steve Weaver in invincible form.
Clevedon came back into it in the second period and Bedworth conceded the goal which
had Hollywood tearing his hair in frustration.
The ball ran through the legs of United defender Paul Milsom to leave Tony Cook with a
shot from point blank range with which he made no mistake.
Bedworth almost equalised within a few minutes when Paul Corden and Paul O'Brien carved
out an opening for John Halford, but his effort was tipped over the bar by Weaver.