CONNECT WITH US ON SOCIAL MEDIA

Will Mannion on “trust” in boss

Goalkeeper Will Mannion on his return to Aggborough, the gaffer and more…



Goalkeeper Will Mannion

WILL MANNION insists the players have a “trust” in boss Jimmy Shan as the team looks to build a run of results in National League North.

The Reds travel to Boston United on Saturday looking to build on Saturday’s 1-1 draw with Spennymoor Town at Aggborough.

That game was also Mannion’s first since re-joining the club on loan from Championship outfit Hull City until the end of the season.

Speaking about both the extension and results moving forward, the 21-year-old admitted to being relieved at being able to put his immediate future to bed.

Further, he revealed the support the players and staff have in the current management – saying that only more ruthlessness stands between the team and a rise up the table.

“It was a stressful time, not knowing what I was doing,” he said of his loan extension.

“I’m just happy to be back here and now I can just focus on doing what I need to do.

“I’m enjoying my football here and the style of play is very good, especially for this level, and it’s a style of play I want to work on.

“I’m enjoying my football here and the style of play is very good… Will Mannion

“That can help me with my career in the future and, if we keep playing the way we do, we’re bound to get some good results.

“There’s a trust in the process with the gaffer; we know we’re putting out some good performances.

“I think it’s a case of being more ruthless in both 18-yard boxes to get the results we deserve.”


This article is about: Player News


 

Other News


Monica Shafaq appointed to Harriers board

Mental health charity CEO is appointed as Non-Executive Director of Kidderminster Harriers


Recap: Gateshead 0-0 Harriers

Read the summary of Saturday’s action…