Manager John Coleman reflects on Tuesday night’s encounter against Bradford City and looks ahead to this weekend’s clash at home to Morecambe.
“There are areas that we did really well in on Tuesday and there areas that we need to improve on,” said Coleman. “ We’ve had a chat about that and we focused our training on that this week so hopefully we will improve.
“It (our home form) is a worry and I think Morecambe are doing quite good away at from home. They’ve got a good Manager and Assistant in Jimmy Bentley and Kenny McKenna and they will pose their own problems. What we’ve got to do is try and focus on ourselves, look at the areas where we can improve and we’ve got to try and govern the things that are in our control.”
Coleman has injury worries and suspensions to contend with for the match as Bobby Grant will serve the last of his three match ban, while Craig Curran will also miss the game following his red card in Tuesday night’s Johnstone’s Paint Trophy tie against Bury. Ray Putterill is sidelined through a groin strain, but Coleman says they have got to get on with it: “We are thin on the ground but the lads who we have got are more than capable of doing a job."