CHIPPENHAM TOWN: Fey focuses on Barwell
RICHARD Fey says the Bluebirds aren’t wasting time feeling sorry themselves – and is calling on fans to help them break their winless run at home to Barwell.
The Leicestershire play-off chasers visit Hardenhuish Park this weekend and assistant boss Fey wants to see supporters put their recent disappointment to one side.
“I remember looking up behind the goal when we played Gloucester (in the FA Cup) this season and seeing people singing their hearts out – we’re at home to Barwell this weekend and we need a 12th man,” said Fey, who has Adie Harris back from suspension.
“We’re not making excuses or sulking at the moment and the players have been fantastic. The desire and effort is still there and what they need is all of the fans to come out and get behind them.”
First-half headers from Tom Lorraine put Bedworth in front but Lee Phillips’ brace completed the comeback.
Cheltenham Town loanee Michael Gonzalo was re-called by parent club Cheltenham Town last week.