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‘Brutal honesty’ – Non-league boss Marc White goes viral with expletive laden post-match assessment of his players after defeat

Fans are loving Dorking Wanderers boss Marc White’s expletive post-match interview following their surprise FA Cup defeat.

The National League side lost 2-0 away at Isthmian League Premier Division outfit Horsham in the fourth qualifying round, and to say White wasn’t happy would be a massive understatement.

White has guided Dorking to 12 promotions at the helm

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White has guided Dorking to 12 promotions at the helmCredit: Getty
And this may be one of his worst days as a manager

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And this may be one of his worst days as a managerCredit: DWTV YouTube

Victory would have sent the Wanderers to the first round proper of the FA Cup but they failed to beat a club two steps below them.

And White let rip on his players in his interview with the club.

In a viral clip from Dorking Wanderers TV posted on social media, he said: “They fully deserve to be in the draw and I really hope they get something amazing and life-changing so my f****** s*** players can learn a f****** lesson.

“They were so poor and I’ll tell you one thing, I will always put my hand up, it’s not about availability, injuries, who was returning, who wasn’t. It wasn’t about that at all, it was about the fact that that team let the fans down 100 per cent, wholeheartedly.

“Sometimes I get the management team to take the blame, part-blame, some blame, whatever. Today was wholeheartedly a bunch of players that were absolutely s***.”

Fans on social media loved what they saw from White as one took to X to say: “Get this guy in the big leagues now.”

“Marc White does not mince his words and I love the brutal honesty,” added another.

A third said: “All we want in football from players et al is a bit of honesty. Fair play to the guy he puts the defeat squarely on his players. Actually nice to see.”

The first training session back may be a touch awkward

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The first training session back may be a touch awkwardCredit: DWTV YouTube

“Why can’t Premier League post match interviews be like this?” said a fourth with a series of laughing emojis.

Horsham were rewarded for their victory with a first round tie away at League One side Barnsley in Sunday’s draw.

White, who founded Dorking in 1999, will now return to National League action with his side against Altrincham next weekend.

His players will certainly need to produce an improved performance or they could face the brunt of their manager’s anger once again.

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