Date: 12th March 2015 at 6:13pm
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Manager Micky Adams has said that the team have been working very hard in training this week to put the disappointing defeat to Dagenham and Redbridge behind us as we head into this weekend’s encounter with Northampton.

Speaking to the Official Site Adams said he’d been bouyed by the attitude and efforts on the training pitch and he was desperately hoping that it transferred to the pitch this Saturday.

‘It’s been back to basics in many respects, reminding the players of their roles and responsibilities on the pitch. We’ve done enough work this week and we’re ready for another game. It’s about people knowing their jobs and heeding the warning and we didn’t do that against Dagenham. But that’s gone and we have to move on quickly and that’s the message to the group this week, learn from the mistakes we’ve made and be better. I’ll stay calm, cool and collected and I’ll fight for this football club to retain its status.’

In terms of injury news for the game, Adams admitted that there was going to be at least one enforced change as midfielder Jason Koumas is out with a hamstring injury that is expected to keep him sidelined for six to seven weeks.

Striker Cole Stockton is back in training now following his injury, but he’s fitness is way off so he needs a week or two to build that up before he comes into contention properly.

Midfielder Steve Jennings has also missed training this week with a knock, but he’ll be tested late as he may pass in time for the game.

Defenders Marcus Holness and Matt Hill remains sidelined though and ruled out for this weekend.

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