Workington Reds warned about Corby's 'shoot on sight' plan
Last updated at 12:15, Saturday, 26 March 2011
Workington Reds’ defence will have to be on their toes this afternoon after Corby boss Graham Drury issued a shoot on sight policy.
Drury wants to see his misfiring squad hit the back of the net more often after drawing a blank in three of their last five outings.
The Steelmen boss said: “We have to start having more shots. I always say that if you don’t shoot, you don’t score and if you don’t score, you don’t win games.
“We’re not Barcelona or Arsenal who can walk the ball into the net so we need to be getting shots off at every opportunity.
“We have found goals hard to come by of late and we don’t look like we have a lot in us. So it’s very important than when a chance does come around for us, we stick it away.
“Players must not be afraid to shoot. I’d far rather they went for goal and missed than didn’t go for goal at all. They’ll never get a rollicking from me for missing if they are always trying to score.”
Usual suspects Kyle May and Lee Andrews will start at the back with Andy Langford on one side and Anthony Wright on the other.
Edmondson is likely to bring Adam Main in for the injured Phil McLuckie.
He said: “I’ve got a choice to make as to who comes in for Phil. Jonny Blake was man of the match for me against Blyth but Adam has also done well when called on.”
First published at 09:00, Saturday, 26 March 2011
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