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Kinniburgh Happy To Help Corby Town However He Can

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Steven Kinniburgh stood in as manager last weekend and during mid-week said he is happy to continue in the role if the club want him to writes Tom Feaheny.

He led the side to a back to back victories against Stocksbridge Park Steels and Kidsgrove Athletic side.

“I’m happy to step in and do this as long as I am needed, I am more than happy to be here, I want to help this club, I know how much this club means to people,” Kinniburgh said.

“I can bring players in and shape the squad in whatever way I want to. I have the best interests for the football club.”

Speaking about the performances, the stand in boss was delighted.

“I’m happy with the performances the desire we showed. There were some last ditch tackles, we showed the hunger that is needed. We are getting over 300 fans each home game despite the results.

“We knew we had to be more disciplined, more organised. As a group We set out the objectives before the matches and have matched it all, we have had a good shape about us.”

The Steelmen have taken a few players on loan from clubs including Northampton Town, in his role as youth coach, Kinniburgh knows how important getting these kind of players in is.

“We have got a few good loan players in. They have that know how of playing higher up the leagues, the fitness and pace they bring. We give them adult football and they help us as well.”


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I work as a freelance journalist for The Non-League Paper, Yorkshire Evening Post, Yorkshire Post, North-West Evening Mail and others, based in Yorkshire, I am always at a game on a Tuesday and Saturday when the season is on, I started following non-league at the age of 10 and have been hooked ever since.

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