Moore proud of his side’s effort and commitment.
Manager Ronnie Moore was full of praise for his players when he spoke to the Club’s official website earlier on today.
Moore also took time out to praise the excellent fans at the top of the Kop for creating a good atmosphere, getting behind the super white army.
Moore told the club’s official website earlier on today:
They beat Scunthorpe on Saturday but at one stage they were 2-0 down before Scunthorpe went down to nine men. They then won 4-2, and we sent a scout to watch it, but it’s hard for a scout to come back with a report when the team they’re playing against is down to nine men. But they’re playing Hartlepool at home tomorrow so I’ll go and watch it and have a look at them.
‘It will be another tough game. The atmosphere here on Saturday was fantastic. The drum was beating and the fans got behind us. There weren’t as many here as we want, but there’s a great offer on for Saturday [£5 for supporters aged 22 and under), and if we get the fans in they can be worth a goal for us.
‘We’re working hard and I can’t fault the lads’ effort. Their commitment to the cause has been brilliant. It’s just sometimes we have to improve the decision making when we’re in the attacking third.
‘We’ll ease off [on the players] a bit this week. Playing every Saturday and Tuesday takes it out of you. We’ve got seven games coming up in March so there’s a lot of interesting football to come. It’s better than being mid-table with nothing to play for. We know what we have to do and that is win games.’