Beverley Town Football Club boss Rich Jagger will be hoping that his side can deliver this weekend as they take on Hessle Rangers.
Jagger saw his side slump to a 3-1 defeat last time out against South Cave United, a game he said they did not deserve to win.
Despite losing Town stay third in the Humber Premier League seven points behind the leaders Chalk Lane.
Speaking ahead of the game Jagger said;
“We are looking to draw a line under our last game. As a team, we were not at our best and as a result of that I am looking for a reaction from the lads.”
“We can not afford to dwell on our last result. We must go into this match focused on the job in hand and play our own game.”
“Make no mistake, Saturday will be a hard game for us. Hessle Rangers are a very good side and we will have to be at our very best if we want to win this match.”
“Ideally we want a get a positive result here which will set us up nicely for next weeks derby with Walkington.”
“There are some selection issues. We are missing Danny Mchale, Kurtis Bedford, Charlie Hewson and also Adam Gibson. However, Mike Claxton is back in the squad for our trip to Hessle.”
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Jagger has also hinted that a new face could be arriving at Norwood ahead of the game. He added;
“I can confirm we in talks about bringing in some additional firepower. However, I am unable to give out any more details at this point.”
This is a big game for Town for what is a testing period in the run-up to Christmas. In includes a mouth-watering local derby against Walkington AFC.
Jagger has enjoyed a good start to the season within his side who scoring freely while also keeping sides out at the other end.
A positive result on Saturday will set them up nicely for the visit of Walkington to the Norwood Recreation Ground.
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