Still in the mix in the Toolstation NCEL Premier Division promotion race, Handsworth Parramore are hoping to get their Toolstation NCEL League Cup Third Round tie at Athersley Recreation off the ground tonight when they head for Sheerien Park –and Handsworth Manager Jas Colliver admits that he’ll be forced to ring the changes against the Penguins this evening, writes Colin Muncie.
Jas told the Bootiful Game “We will utilise our squad tomorrow and freshen things up as Saturday’s game took a lot out of the lads. It’s another physical test for us, but I’m looking for an improvement in possession as our quality has got to be better. We need to be more dynamic when attacking and take more risks”.
Jas wants his players to recover their winning formula “I’ll be reminding the lads of what got us our run of positive results and performances” he said “and that was by relaxing in possession and passing the ball with quality”.
Main photograph by Ken Allesbrook.