The Midland Football Alliance
Published 14th September 2012
....Midland Alliance campaign.
The Bees have already came up against the likes of high-flyers Stratford Town and Stourport Swifts this season.
They battled through another clash against one of the league’s best teams as they produced an impressive display in last Saturday’s 1-1 draw with Rocester, which saw Nathan Edgington on target.
With a trip to mid-table Westfields on Saturday, Knight wants his side to build on their encouraging performance. The manager is also feeling upbeat as the likes of Trevor Edwards, Craig Hall and Liam O’Shea have returned from injuries and holidays to bolster his squad.
Knight also drafted in Chasetown midfielder Mark Hands on loan.
He said: “We’ve played a lot of the teams with the biggest budgets in the league so it has been tough.
“But I have been pleased with the performance of the players and now we’re getting a few back hopefully we’ll be able to go from there.
“I thought the performance against Rocester was excellent.”