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Lancashire - The Lads Are Feeling Confident Ahead Of Morecambe

Skipper Previews Shrimpers Clash

18 August 2017

Town Captain Olly Lancashire only has three points on his mind ahead of tomorrow’s clash against Morecambe.

The Reds are back in Sky Bet League Two action on Saturday (3pm) when they make the long trip to the Globe Arena, and the Skipper is in confident mood.

“The lads are looking forward to the weekend,” he told iFollow STFC exclusively.

“We’re back to the league on Saturday and everyone is looking forward to getting back to that.

“We’re used to the long trips now and we spend a lot of time together, so going up on a Friday allows us to eat properly together as a team and get some treatment from the Physio if you need it.

“There are a lot of positives to take from these trips and we’ll do everything right in the build-up to the game, so there will be no excuses.

“We did well at Carlisle so we’ll be doing things correctly again and we’re confident.

“Morecambe are going to be hard-working and they always seem to start the season pretty well.

“We’ve watched them so we know what they are going to do and we’ll be going there with our own game plan.

“We want to stay unbeaten in the league and we’ll be going there for the three points.”

 

“We’ve watched them so we know what they are going to do and we’ll be going there with our own game plan. We want to stay unbeaten in the league and we’ll be going there for the three points.”

Olly Lancashire

Morecambe have got plenty of threats with the likes of Garry Thompson, Aaron Wildig and Kevin Ellison amongst their ranks, but Lancashire just wants his side to focus on what they do best.

“They are experienced, they’ve had a lot of games and they are good players but we’ve got to believe in ourselves,” he added.

“We are going to be causing them problems as well and we’re very confident in our squad.

“If we’re on our game then we are very confident that we can go there and get a result.

“There’s only one team in this league that have won both of their games so you can see how difficult the division is.

“We’ve got four points from two games against two decent and well-fancied teams in Carlisle and Exeter and we’ve done okay.

“We’re always striving to get perfection so we’ll be looking to win as many games as possible and the lads are going into Saturday confident.

“Hopefully we can build on that.”


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