Worsborough Bridge Athletic will be hoping to build on their terrific start to the Toolstation NCEL Division One season – they sit sixth after eighteen games – when they welcome 17th-placed Skegness Town to Park Road at the weekend – and Manager Lee Morris, eager to clamber back into the metaphorical trenches, is looking to hit a significant milestone if his players can clinch the three points, writes Colin Muncie.
Lee told TBG, “I’m excited about getting back in the dressing room on Saturday, after missing last week’s game. I hear we were very unlucky to lose the game – but sometimes in football that happens. We go into the game having lost only one out of the last five League games, so I want us to go on another little run – and that starts on Saturday. I know Skegness will want revenge for our beating them at their place – and they had a good result on Saturday – so they will have some confidence coming into the game.”
“Saturday is a massive chance for us to get three points and beat our points total for the whole of last season,” Lee pointed out, “and to do that by November would be a massive achievement for the boys and the club – and one that I want to do.”
“We have put together a fantastic squad,” Lee insisted. “It’s a team that is well capable of challenging at the top end of table. We just have to keep working hard – and believing in ourselves.”