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Room for Improvement

Room for Improvement

Published by The Stray FM News Team at 2:17pm 6th March 2020.

Harrogate Town are hoping to keep their unbeaten run going in the National League this weekend as they face Bromley in front of the TV cameras.

  • Town are unbeaten in their last six matches in all competitions
  • Five points from the top of the league
  • Kick off is later at 5:20PM as it's on BT Sport 

It's a great time to be part of the Harrogate Town squad; the team face Bromley in the National League off the back of a pulsating 3-4 victory at Chesterfield on Tuesday night, the winner being scored in the 92nd minute by Jack Muldoon.

Town manager Simon Weaver is understandably incredibly proud of his squad, but without wanting to "beat them down, I still think we can be better" says the gaffer; "they have the potential to succeed more."

Simon's excitement and enthusiasm at the prospect of leading his team to success this season is no surprise given how close they sit to the league leaders Barrow, and still to play them too, plus a possible trip to Wembley should they secure victory in the FA Trophy semi-final matches against Notts County in a few weeks.

The road to Wembley

The priority is the league for Harrogate Town, as Simon expresses "it'd be massive for the town" and for the club's history to bring football league to the CNG. That said, the prospect of Wembley is also exciting and so with the games coming thick and fast for Town, the next couple of month's could truly be the most memorable yet for all involved with Harrogate Town.

Listen to the full chat with manager Simon Weaver and Stray FM's Pete Egerton.

Weaver Time