Friday, May 05, 2006

D-Day looms for Notts County

Notts County manager Gudjon Thordarson believes his players have faith in themselves to beat the drop as his side lies two points above the drop zone. Only a win against Bury tomorrow would guarantee safety and another season in the Football League, reports the Nottingham Evening Post.

“It is a massive weekend we have ahead of us. The game is huge. It is massive and so Important to all of us,” said Thordarson at yesterday’s pre-match Press Conference.

“I look forward to the final weekend, even though I would have liked to have looked forward to the game in different circumstances.

“The game means a lot to our fans.

“I am exited about the game, more so than being nervous. We’ve had a good week.

“Im not focusing on other results, but I am sure I will be made aware of what is going on elsewhere. The focus is on us.

“For us, it is about not conceding sloppy goals, staying focused and firm, winning the game. I’ve told them to remain focused and firm, and we need to be professional and cope with whatever is thrown at us,” concluded Thordarson in a boyant mood.

Notts County flamboyant midfielder David Pipe agreed with the manager's words.

"It would be wrong not to be tense and nervous and the crowd will add to the pressure.

"But we need to turn that pressure into a positive and take it to them,” said Pipe.


At 5/5/06, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Gaui Kóngur lengi lifi. The king is dead - long live the king.


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