Moyses: 'We owe the fans something at home'

Moyses: 'We owe the fans something at home'

Friday Apr 20, 2018

Reds Boss previews tomorrow's final home game of the season against FC United

Reds manager Chris Moyses previews tomorrow's visit of FC United of Manchester in our final home game of the season. 

The Reds head into the fixture looking to build on last weekend's fantastic 3-1 win at Brackley as we aim to secure safety tomorrow afternoon. We sit in 18th spot, three points above the drop zone with two games left. 

Chris, said:

"It was a really good performance at Brackley last weekend we head into tomorrow in good shape. We executed the game plan perfectly last Saturday and credit to everybody involved with the club, it was a cracking result. We handled the pressure well, we were aware of what they had and what they were good at and we adopted a strategy to overcome that and we did."

"You look at our away form and it's right up there in the top five at least, I dont know why that is! I've asked many people why we seem to struggle at home, we don't do things any different to when we go away but credit to the lads who worked so hard and it was a fantastic result for everyone, especially the fans."

On FC United:

"We set our stall out to win that game of football last weekend and we will do so again this weekend to win the game which will put us in a good shape to stay in this division which is what the club deserves and needs. We aren't safe and we need to make sure we are fully prepared, we aren't going to be complacent, we need to stay focused in what will be another tough game, they bring a good away following and they will make it difficult."

"We've got a few injuries and few that have gone back to parent clubs so we are down to the bare bones. Viktor is still struggling after picking up a training injury, Elliot Green has been recalled by Guiseley, Westy is suspended but regardless of that we will give it our best shot."

On the emphasis to get a result tomorrow:

"We do need a result tomorrow to prevent us having to go to Chorley on the last game who are chasing the play offs and be under that pressure there. We owe the fans something at home, they deserve to see a decent performance, we dominate a game of football and come back with three points."

On his future with the club:

"We haven't got that far to be honest, we've been fully focused on the job in hand, we are where we are and we will be making sure we stay in this league for next season. I've had a really enjoyable time here, the fans have been great, behind the scenes it's run very properly and professionally. We need to make sure we produce a performance tomorrow, give the fans a performance and stay in this league and we will see what the summer brings."

 

 
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