Another tough test awaits 1874 on Saturday, and co-manager Wayne is hoping to pose a threat againat Clitheroe, on a ground that has seen positive results for 1874 in recent seasons.
Reflecting on the previous weekend, Wayne shared the collective disappointment in the squad regarding the manner in which the goals were conceded.
“Last Saturday we were very good for the first 15/20 minutes but once we conceded we needed to keep doing what we were doing.”
“Ultimately the goals against were very avoidable, but we won’t be the only team that Leek beat at home.”
This weekends opponants sit in 3rd ahead of the weekends fixtures, and have collected 11 points in their last 6 games. Wayne spoke about the recent change in management at Clitheroe, and what he thinks 1874 can expect on Saturday.
“I know Danny well and he will be really keen to take them on a level.”
“As always we will look at their threats and try to counter those with our own, the pitch generally there lends itself to our players being able to play to their strengths, if we can do that we know we can perform well.”
1874 will be well backed on the road with a supporters coach yet again sold out for the trip, and hope to return home with 3 points before Tuesday nights outing in the Mid Cheshire Cup.