Ryan Hindley thinks he knows what it takes to make Worksop Town a force in Non-League football again.
“For me when a team like Worksop came knocking I had to answer. This club means so much to me. There is so much potential at this club, I think if you get this right you can get 700-800 at every home game, it’s a massive club.”
“We will fight the battles we can, I think promotion is a bit off, it will take some work, the timescale I’d give is 18 months, it will take a bit of work for us going on.
“I am here to build the club with the committee but we need to put the foundations in first.”
Hindley believes that honesty is what is needed as he sets his plans out.
“I’m being honest with the fan base, I want to set a path out that sees us get young lads into the first team, we need to pull in the right direction.”
“It’s exciting the lads who are coming in, we came in with a list of lads we wanted, training starts on 24th June, I can not wait to get going with this club.”
After joining Worksop from Hallam, Hindley spoke about leaving his previous club.
“I left Hallam with a heavy heart, I had a magnificent chairman, it’s a great club. For me I will always look out for their results. I say never say never in terms of maybe going back one day. Hallam is now a club people want to be at, progression has been made there.”
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