It’s been a superb start for NCEL Premier Division side Liversedge as they have stormed to the summit of the table winning their first three games.
However, for manager Jonathan Rimmington it has especially been tough as he hasn’t been able to be at the games due to been banned – however he may decided to stay away longer if the results continue.
“Without seeing Saturdays game I believe we got out of jail and our keeper saved us in the first half, but we have been poor really in every game in the first half so we need to sort that.
“By all accounts we got run ragged but our keeper kept them at bay, I have to say though that’s what he is there for, the second I believe we were the better team so we got away with one but let’s not moan who we have playing or not, we all have players missing every week and what does it say to the players that have come in to do a job if you go on about it.
“We had Kurtis Noble, Stephen Wales, Brad Riley, Adimar Neves, Dominic Riordan, Jacob Buchanan these are six we had missing and would get in most teams in the league.
“Still 11 v 11 and Knaresbrough were a very good team and will be right up there. We go into tomorrow’s game v Worksop in good shape really yes we have 2 lads missing from Saturdays squad haha, but we will do our best.
“I watched Worksop Saturday and they are a very comfortable team in possession and have some very good players, I thought they deserved the victory Saturday but Eccleshill created some chances but when you get one of the favorites for the league at your place early on then you have to give it a go and I’m sure the lads will, but it will be a very tough game but I don’t think it will be any tougher than Saturday.”