‘We’re all in this together’ says Stevenage boss

Stevenage caretaker manager Darren Sarll. Picture: HARRY HUBBARD

Stevenage caretaker manager Darren Sarll. Picture: HARRY HUBBARD - Credit: Archant

Darren Sarll has said the whole club needs to pull together – if they are going to make sure of their league status.

The Stevenage caretaker boss was speaking after a week when speculation has linked Mark Cooper with the managers role at the Lamex.

But Sarll, who chairman Phil Wallace described as having “the DNA of the club”, says the players, management staff and supporters are all in the League Two relegation scrap together.

He said: “Any support from the football club is going to be good. It’s going to be good for the players to know that the person they work with every day is supported and everyone is getting the support in order to go and win these football matches.

“That’s the only we can do it and it’s the only thing I’ve asked from the supporters; that they continue to give us their best and we’ll continue to give our best.


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“And if we can all meet in the middle somewhere, I’m sure we’re going to get some decent performances, results and we’re going to be fine come the end of April.”

He also hinted at a hope that he would be given the job permanently.

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He added: “We all want to continue the work that is going on.

“We want to continue making improvements and developments so that we can take more points.

“When that change occurs that’s all got to start again.

“We want to build on what we’ve done, even if it’s the rare performances and results, we want to build on those and make sure we give ourselves the best chance.

“It can only be that way. We’re in it together, the players and the management team and the whole club, we’re all pulling in the same direction and that’s the only way we can pull out of this.

“Let’s be positive, stick together, support each other and we’ll pull through.”

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