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Thursday, 21 August 2014

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Looking to put things right

IT’S FA Cup day for us tomorrow again with the replay trip to Macclesfield and after a bad result on Boxing Day the team will be looking to put things right.

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DELIGHT: Barrow AFC players celebrate after Richie Baker scores against Macclesfield in the 1-1 FA Cup draw at Holker Street

We know what Macclesfield will be like to play against and if we show the right things, as we did against them last week (when the second round tie finished 1-1 at Holker Street), I’m sure we can get into the third round against Cardiff City.

The FA Cup is always a favourite competition for players. No matter what people say, it’s always nice to do well in cups.

Boxing Day’s game (a 2-0 home league defeat against Gateshead) didn’t go to plan. We weren’t as good as we had been in the previous couple of games.

We know what we need to do right and we will try to correct things on the training ground by working individually after training.

We know as players what was wrong with the performance but we do care and we do try every week to do the right things.

Sometimes in football you go through a bad patch but we will come out the other end in the right situation we should be in.

The number of supporters for the unfortunate result on Boxing Day was up, which was good to see for the finances of the club. Fans through the turnstiles are important to keep the club afloat.

I hope you all had a good Christmas and it wasn’t spoilt by the game on Boxing Day.

Whoever plays tomorrow will be looking to put things right and help the club into the next round.

Hopefully we will take a good number of fans down to Moss Rose to cheer on the lads.

Keep the support and the faith!

MATT FLYNN

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