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Manager previews final games
Manager previews final games
Pleased with improved performances
Published - 14th Mar 19
 

Manager Jamie McInnes looks ahead to the last three games of the season, starting with the tough fixture against Exeter City this weekend:

"As we approach our final three matches of the season, I think we can be pleased overall with where we are at as a team. Itís taken a long while, but we are finally seeing some consistency in our team selection, and this has been very apparent in the vastly improved performances on the pitch.

"We have a solid core of players, who have been fully committed throughout the whole season and have really bought into the philosophy we have tried to introduce regarding the playing style. I am really looking forward to the final three games of the season, and then continuing the hard work during the off-season, as we look to build upon the foundations we have built this season and push on ever further.

"The improvements seen in the young players has been a real highlight for me this season and I know they will be better, stronger players by enduring all of the challenges this season has thrown at us."

He added: "We know the match against Exeter on Sunday will be a very tough game. They play a possession based game with pacey threats down both wings that we will need to be mindful of. We will need to be disciplined in our shape and our defending and will be working hard on this in training this week. Our aim is to make sure we are in a position to compete with Exeter throughout the full 90 minutes. We have done this well in recent games against sides towards the top of the table."

 
 
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Manager previews final games
Manager previews final games
Pleased with improved performances
Published - 14th Mar 19

Manager Jamie McInnes looks ahead to the last three games of the season, starting with the tough fixture against Exeter City this weekend:

"As we approach our final three matches of the season, I think we can be pleased overall with where we are at as a team. Itís taken a long while, but we are finally seeing some consistency in our team selection, and this has been very apparent in the vastly improved performances on the pitch.

"We have a solid core of players, who have been fully committed throughout the whole season and have really bought into the philosophy we have tried to introduce regarding the playing style. I am really looking forward to the final three games of the season, and then continuing the hard work during the off-season, as we look to build upon the foundations we have built this season and push on ever further.

"The improvements seen in the young players has been a real highlight for me this season and I know they will be better, stronger players by enduring all of the challenges this season has thrown at us."

He added: "We know the match against Exeter on Sunday will be a very tough game. They play a possession based game with pacey threats down both wings that we will need to be mindful of. We will need to be disciplined in our shape and our defending and will be working hard on this in training this week. Our aim is to make sure we are in a position to compete with Exeter throughout the full 90 minutes. We have done this well in recent games against sides towards the top of the table."

 
Manager previews final games
Impressive second-half performance but Gulls pay penalty
Second-half revival comes too late