Mancunians Head Coach, Mark Brennan has urged his charges to be patient and told them that wins will come once they begin to play with confidence.
Brennan, who was appointed half way through the 2013 season has recently finished his first pre-season with the club and says that he is happy with the way that the team has responded to his requests and that it is only a matter of time until the first win comes.
“This pre-season has been excellent. We’ve has great numbers of people turning up to play which has meant that we can prepare well for our games and in my experience, that means that a win will come, but the lads to have to be patient. We’ve concentrated on the process of preparing for games, and executing some very simple things and I am very confident that a win isn’t very far away. “ He said.
Mancunians have lost the first two of their opening games of the season, but Brennan isn’t too bothered about those results. “Those games turned on some simple mistakes that we made. If you take away those errors, then I am very confident that we would have won those games. The players are still full of confidence and very much looking forward to some competitive games over the next few weeks.
Mancunians take on New Springs Lions in Wigan tomorrow (Sat March 22nd) KO 14:30
|Mathew Dent||Ally Ellis|
|Vinny Hughes||Paul Hallam|
|Tom Coates||Scott Fisher|
|Kemar Gyles||Niall O’Hagan|
|Alex Coop||Luke Turner|
|Lewis Manning||Stu Stones|
|Mike Glennon||Luke Henshaw|
|Charlie Wilton||Dom Bolger|
|Kevin Pike||Andrew Lewis|