We’re in trouble but I’m hopeful
ALAN Rogers was unable to get a victory during his first match in charge of Skelmersdale United but there were plenty of positives.
The young players put in a great performance but were unable to gain a point as Whitby Town secured a close 1-0 victory.
Skem waved goodbye to Tommy Lawson who had been in charge for 11 years but Rogers hopes he can use his experiences from his playing days to turn things around for the club.
“He’s [Lawson] done a great job and been at the club for a long time but I’ve got some experience and contacts in football that will certainly help me,” said Rogers.
“It’s a challenge that doesn’t faze me, it excites me. He’s been a fantastic servant but results dictate your position at the club unfortunately.
“I’m here now to try and get a few wins.”