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INTERVIEW | Sarll hungry for more victories

Glovers boss eager to extend winning run

27 September 2019

PPAUK

Darren Sarll’s Yeovil side return to Huish Park to face top of the league Bromley on Saturday (3pm).

The Glovers boss has led his side to six consecutive victories in recent weeks, the club’s best run of form since February 2013.

Sitting top of the form table, the green and whites will now face an unbeaten Ravens side.

However, the gaffer is not resting on his laurels, when speaking to YTTV he said:

"I just want to win Saturday. We’ve had some good results recently; my thirst and hunger are to try and recreate that as much as possible. I just like winning, I like the moment you get with the supporters after we’ve won.

"I’d like 3,000 or 4,000 people to come to Huish Park and share that with us on Saturday.

"Things are on the up at the moment. Football is such a momentary industry, but right here right now, things are going okay. We’re winning games which promotes positivity and gives everyone a pat on the back.

"I know how short this feeling can be. I’ve seen all sides of it, I just enjoy it when it happens and hope I can keep the good feeling happening.

"My only interest over the next few days is to keep high standards and to create a high-performance culture. We need that to keep the momentum and keep winning."

Saturday’s visitors Bromley sit at the top of the National League and are the only remaining unbeaten side.

Despite not being tipped by many to be this high up in the table at this stage, Sarll is not surprised by the Ravens form.

"I’m not surprised, they’ve not lost so they’re always going to be towards the top. We’ve moved up the table recently because we’ve won games so that’s where we are.

"It’s another game, it’s a good game especially as it meets the moment where Scott (Priestnall) takes his first game as owner at Huish Park and that Bromley are top.

"It all adds to the moment and occasion. However, it’s still 11 vs 11, one ball and two goals."


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