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“Sensational” work ethic pleases boss

Manager: “From a personal point of view, I’m happy for the players.”



Manager: "From a personal point of view, I'm happy for the players."

Manager Neil MacFarlane hailed the work ethic of his players after Harriers got back to winning ways with a 2-0 success over Brackley Town.

The Reds picked up a first home win since September thanks to two goals from Ashley Chambers.

The three points were valuable, as was the clean sheet secured in the process.

The boss spoke after the victory and was in no doubt about what had propelled his charges to the win.

“The work ethic from the first minute until the last today was sensational,” he said.

“We actually gave ourselves a chance in the game as well, because we were much more solid at the start.

“We obviously got the advantage of the early goal and really grew into the game.

“I thought, in the second half in particular, we played really well.”

MacFarlane went on to add: “From a personal point of view, I’m happy for the players.

“They went through a little sticky patch and came through the other side.

“It’s important that it’s one win, and we move on to others.”


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