Take Cup form into Chester clash: Jim

Stockport Express - - Sport -

WITH County’s FA Cup cam­paign put to rest for another sea­son, at­ten­tion now turns to­wards County’s pro­mo­tion push – and the bid to re­turn to win­ning ways af­ter the 3-2 de­feat at Blyth Spar­tans.

An im­pres­sive 3-0 FA Tro­phy win over Na­tional League North high-fliers Chor­ley was sand­wiched in be­tween the Blyth and Bar­net de­feats, and Hat­ters boss Jim Gan­non chal­lenged his play­ers to keep up their im­pres­sive re­cent league form when they take on Chester at home.

“We just need to con­tinue trans­lat­ing this into our league form now – and to be fair, we have been go­ing well in the league,” he said.

“The Yeovil game wasn’t a one-off, we were in the midst of a run of games where we were beat­ing Chor­ley and Cur­zon Ash­ton and so on in the league.

“It’s ob­vi­ously tough to have a run of games like this, so we’re go­ing to get those re­sults like Blyth last mid­week, and we’re go­ing to have tough tests with trips to Spen­ny­moor and Ash­ton in mid­week games.

“So the cup run has brought in some good fi­nances and some pride, but it comes at a cost.

“But all we need to do is keep learn­ing from our ex­pe­ri­ences and keep im­prov­ing as we have been do­ing all sea­son.”

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