Winning momentum will come - Westley
Boro need to take inspiration from the form they found last season after a difficult start according to manager Graham Westley. The Stevenage chief has seen his side pick up two points from six in their opening two fixtures against Tamworth and Hayes & Y
Boro need to take inspiration from the form they found last season after a difficult start according to manager Graham Westley.
The Stevenage chief has seen his side pick up two points from six in their opening two fixtures against Tamworth and Hayes & Yeading but has taken comfort in the fact Boro have avoided defeat unlike last season when it took six games to get a win on the board.
Westley believes that once his side shake away the cobwebs of pre-season, his troops will be able to gather a winning momentum by turning those draws into victories.
"We're unbeaten at the moment after two games," Westley told The Comet. "We would have loved to have won them both but we haven't. We just need to build on that.
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"If you remember last year when we went on that 24-game unbeaten run, I think we started by drawing then we can build on that. Drawing games is at least a starting point.
"All of us want to see the form and fluency come in sooner rather than later.
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"When pre-season disappears and you put together your new players in a competitive situation then you face different problems.
"In pre-season you don't get sides putting you under as much pressure high up the pitch as we have done in the opening games.
"Both of our opponents have put in really good performances. We certainly played lesser sides last year.