Harborough Town manager Stuart Spencer believes his team need to add a little more guile and patience to their play now they are regarded as one of the United Counties League’s top sides. His men were frustrated last week by an ON Chenecks team who defended hard and offered little in the way of attacking threat but still emerged with a 1-0 win. And now the Bees are pushing for the upper echelons of the Premier Division, Spencer feels it is something they will have to get used to.
Lutterworth Athletic boss Mike English is targeting a top-six finish for his side. The turn of the new year brings a focus on the business-end of the season with the halfway mark been and gone. And, despite his team currently sitting 11th in the United Counties League Division One table, English believes there is plenty to play for a Hall Field in the remaining months of the campaign. “I’m looking forward to all the games we’ve got come,” he said.
The Swifts, in their debut season at this level, have raised a few eyebrows with some of their performances this season – the latest of which was a 6-1 demolition of Thrapston Town. And leading the way has been striker Tendai Daire whose hat-trick in the victory at Chancery Lane took his tally to 27 goals in just 20 matches so far. “Perhaps more importantly he’s got 18 in 15 in the league,” Dixon said. “He was the UCL’s top goalscorer in October and is on track for that again in November.
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