George: You’ve got to play your part

Striker on another goalscoring cameo….

SUPER SUB George Waring knows he must keep trying to catch the eye of boss John Eustace after another goal at Curzon Ashton this week.

The man on loan from Tranmere notched in the second half to clinch a 2-1 win for the reds at the Tameside Stadium.

And it isn’t the first time he’s made that kind of impact. The striker needed just minutes on his first Harriers appearance to open his account for the club with a looping header in the win over FC United of Manchester.

The rangy forward knows that’s pretty much all he can do as he bids to try and earn a first start in club colours ahead of the weekend trip to Spennymoor Town.

Reflecting on Monday’s cameo, he commented: “As a sub, coming on, it’s what you want to do; help the team and make that impact with fresh legs.

“I’m glad I could do that on Tuesday.

“[Starting] would be nice but you have got to play your part, however the manager chooses you.

“If that’s off the bench then I’ll keep trying to knock the goals in… that’s the most important thing.”

Of that second goal, which came with ten minutes to go and the score at 1-1, he added: “It was a great ball through and I saw the keeper coming out.

“It kind of fell into place nicely, I knew what I wanted to do with it and it came off and went in!”

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