The pressure is on the team at the top, especially now as three weeks go the gap was eight now it’s three, says Greenwich Borough boss Gary Alexander
GREENWICH BOROUGH manager Gary Alexander says his side face another massive game at Lordswood tomorrow.
The Borough remain second in the Southern Counties East Football League table on 49 points from 22 games and have now closed the gap on leaders Hollands & Blair to three points.
“We’re expecting a tough game away at Lordswood. League position doesn’t lie at this stage of the season, they’re sitting fourth and we want to finish as high as possible,” said the former Millwall ace.
“The game will have a bit of added spice after what happened at the reverse fixture but we don’t dwell on that. We use it to our advantage.
“It’s another massive game for us. Every game is. We take one at a time and see where it takes us.
“The pressure is on the team at the top, especially now as three weeks go the gap was eight now it’s three.
“We will just keep doing what we are doing and move on. Who knows where we will be come April.
“I certainly know where I’d like us to be,” added Alexander, who has overseen three wins on the spin since taking charge following Ian Jenkins’ departure.
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Lordswood v Greenwich Borough
Southern Counties East Football League
Saturday 30th January 2016
Kick Off 3:00pm
at Martyn Grove, North Dane Way, Walderslade, Kent ME5 8YE
Article published: 20:45 – Friday 29th January 2016