FEENEY: FANS CAN SEE US IMPROVE
NEWPORT County narrowly staved off relegation last term and have won one of their opening six matches this term, but boss Warren Feeney is content with the club’s position.
The Exiles have not won at Rodney Parade since March 5 and headed to Doncaster Rovers yesterday with their sole three points coming last month against Leyton Orient.
Last term, they recorded only one win before October and finished the season taking three points from their last 11 games.
Newport fans could be forgiven for forgetting how to celebrate a win, but Feeney remains positive.
“We’ve progressed a hell of a lot from last year and I think you can see that in the players,” said the former Northern Ireland striker.
“The fans have been phenomenal, as well, because they are getting behind the boys and they can see passion.
“I don’t think we’ve been bad. We’ve been close. It’s just the goals we’ve got to cut out.
“They are individual mistakes. You can see that, but we will put it right.
“I am pleased at the moment because we aren’t playing catch-up. You’re competing against some very big teams but I believe we’ve got a good enough squad.
“We’re moving in the right direction.”
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