Published: 18-03-2017

Programme notes v Cinderford Town

Written by Neil Baker and Jon Underwood

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Managers Jon Underwood and Neil Baker


With just 7 games to go now we are in a position where we should be, in the play-offs at the very least, which is a great place to be.

Managers Jon Underwood and Neil Baker

Good afternoon and welcome to Arbour Park for this afternoon's match with Cinderford Town.

Our opponents may be bottom of the league but there is no chance of us under-estimating them today. Having lost at their place last month we know just what to expect, a team who are fighting for their lives and who will work extremely hard with some dangerous players in their ranks.

Our recent form is very good with 8 wins from our last 11 games (before Tuesday's trip to St Neots) and confidence was boosted further last weekend with an excellent 3-2 win at promotion rivals Hitchin. With just 7 games to go now we are in a position where we should be, in the play-offs at the very least, which is a great place to be.

It's a cliché but we must continue to take each game at a time and not get ahead of ourselves. There is still work to do to cement the play-off place and we obviously want to finish as high as we can in the table.

Providing we didn't pick up any injuries on Tuesday we should be in a strong position today in terms of the squad. We have some really great competition for places at the moment which is leaving us with tough decisions week in week out but this is what we always wanted and you won't hear us complaining about that!

We hope you enjoy the game!

Wednesday, 26th April

vs Leamington

Lost 1-0 (Away)

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