vs ASFC Youth

EFL Youth Alliance
vs
18/01/2014
Score: 1 - 1

Match Report

Keith Brown experienced mixed emotions as he saw his side come away from Wigan with only a single point.

“I’m a bit disappointed because we had numerous chances to secure the game and in football you must take your chances to win games.” He said.

“When you look at the bigger picture we were in good positions to take those chances so it is just a matter of us now going back to training and going back to working on putting these chances in the back of the net.”

The draw extended their unbeaten run to five games in the league, but Brown insists his team will not get carried away with statistics and will keep their feet firmly on the ground: “We just take each game as it comes, we don’t look too far ahead and that is the way we have always looked.

“I don’t think we will change in any way, we have done well this season but we don’t look at stats in terms of how many games we have won on the trot.

“We just go into win every single game we play to win”

James Jenkins’ goal extended Stanley’s scoring spree to ten consecutive matches and the Manager believes their is an air of confidence and belief around the camp: “Absolutely – especially when you score against top teams such as Preston, Carlisle, West Ham.

“If you can go and score against these teams then we have always said to them that must give you the belief to go any play against anyone.

“These guys don’t fear any opposition, they go out and play with freedom and goals win games so it is important we keep putting it in the back of the net.”