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INTERVIEW | Way looking to carry on where Town left off

Town boss previews the visit of Forest Green Rovers

29 March 2018

Darren Way at Newport County PPAUK

After a fortnight without playing due to the international break, manager Darren Way is looking for Town's good form to continue when Forest Green Rovers visit on Good Friday (3pm).

The Glovers will be fresh off the back of picking up four points on the road from their last two outings, a draw at Exeter followed by an important win at Colchester. 

Last weekend's trip to Accrington was postponed due to four of Town's contingent being away on international duty, with Sky Bet League Two action returning over the Easter period. 

Into the closing stages of the season, the gaffer is looking for Yeovil to carry on where they left off.

"With nine games to go, I'm trying to take the pressure away from the players," he told iFollow Glovers. "I just want them to put in a good performance and not think about the situation Forest Green are in or the situation we're in.

"I think the score will take care of itself if we focus on the process. We know what our process is, we did it against Exeter and we did it against Colchester.

"We slipped up against Stevenage and didn't put our principles in place but we took a lot from that game to make sure it won't happen again."

Without a game for the last two weeks, the Green & Whites welcomed back Bevis Mugabi, Rhys Browne, Shaun Donnellan and Corey Whelan from international duty in the last few days. 

After the unexpected break, Way is confident his side can carry continue their run of good form. 

"We want to make sure we've got that attention to detail to make sure we look after them now they're back. I've spoken to them all and will listen to what they tell me.

"With them away, we've had some double sessions on the spin and trained extremely hard. It's been well worked, well thought out and well planned so we're looking forward to the game tomorrow."


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