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WATSON expects the new man at Oxford Street to have had an immediate influence…

It’s an all-NCEL FA Vase Second Round Qualifying Tie at West Street on Saturday when League leaders and hundred-percent record holders Winterton Rangers welcome Rossington Main- and although new Main boss Ryan Hindley won’t be in the visitors dug out this weekend, Rangers Manager Rob Watson expects the new man at Oxford Street to have had an immediate influence, writes Colin Muncie.

Rob told the Bootiful Game that he doesn’t expect last week’s big win over the same opponents to carry any weight at the weekend .”I ‘m excited for the game as the FA Vase is a fantastic competition for any player or Manager to play in. Despite the result last week I’ve warned the lads that no two games are the same. We’ll have to work just as hard to get the win”.

“Rossington -under Ryan Hindley -will certainly be a force in weeks to come I’m sure of it” Rob warned.

“They will be looking to impress the new manager -and we’ll not make it easy for them”.

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