Cirencester Town manager John Brough has said that every game is a big game between now and the end of the season.
Brough spoke to us for our show, Severn Sport on Dean Radio and says that his side will experience a number of big games in the remainder of their campaign.
Cirencester secured their place in the Southern League Challenge Cup final with Tuesday’s 2-1 win over Winchester City and are currently 7th in the Southern League Division One South and have a second semi final next week, with Forest Green Rovers U23s heading to the Corinium on Tuesday night in the County Cup.
“Every game is a big game,” Brough says in an interview for the show. .
“Whilst we are in the hunt for a cup the league has to be our main focus, and every game matters in the position that we are in.”
Ciren host Willand Rovers on Saturday afternoon and Brough admits that it will be a tough game as the league table gives a false position of where Willand are and should be.
Brough goes on to discuss Tuesday night’s win over Winchester, where he describes his side started poorly, even though they scored inside the first 5 minutes.
“We scored within the first 3 or 4 minutes but I could see a problem,” Brough said.
“They were getting too much space in the midfield and were hurting us with the space they were finding and we needed to address that,” the former Cinderford Town manager added.
Also on the show we are joined by long serving Lydney Town goalkeeper Rich Thomas, who discusses the severe flooding that has left the Rec underwater for the second time this season and the togetherness of the club this season.
Listen on Saturday morning from 10am live on Dean Radio.