Westley looking to continue fine form at Chester
Boro boss Graham Westley does not expect an easy ride against Chester City this weekend despite their difficulties this season. The Seals are sitting rock bottom of the Blue Square Premier after being hit with a 25 points deduction but Westley knows his
Boro boss Graham Westley does not expect an easy ride against Chester City this weekend despite their difficulties this season.
The Seals are sitting rock bottom of the Blue Square Premier after being hit with a 25 points deduction but Westley knows his side will have to reproduce their second half form against Mansfield to come home with the three points.
"It will be our sixth away game in our last 10 so we are getting them out of the way early on," said Westley.
"It's never an easy place to go despite some of the difficulties they are going through we know they will be up for it."
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Andy Drury could travel with the squad after coming through 45 minutes for the reserves against Wycombe Wanderers on Wednesday evening while Charlie Griffin could replace Lee Boylan in the starting line-up after netting his first goal for the club against Mansfield.
Meanwhile, Chester manager Mick Wadsworth has called for unity amongst the club's supporters as they try to battle their way out of almost certain relegation.
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"The most important thing, what with having such a small group, is that we stick together," Wadsworth told The Chester Chronicle. "The lads are trying their hearts out.
"Most of our supporters are fantastic but there's a few that need to be a little bit more positive about what we're trying to do because it's not easy.