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Coaster Boss Explains What Saturday’s Game At Boston United Means For Fylde

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AFC Fylde manager Dave Challinor has spelt out the equation for Saturday’s game for the Coasters and what it means to the club.

If the Lancashire side win away at Boston United then that will seal the Vanarama National League North title for the Mill Farm outfit.

Ahead of the game Chally said: “We are in the position that we wanted to be in at the start of the season, although we wanted to win against Bradford Park Avenue it puts us in an excellent position going into the last two games of the season.

“Before Monday’s game we were all wondering if we could have taken the league title with a victory, but as it turns out we couldn’t seal the title. But now the only things on our mind are winning the league that, which is the greatest prize.”

Having led the league table since the early stages of the season the former FA Vase winners are hoping to seal the title.

Although their manager appreciates that many people are wanting to see the club get beaten.

He said: “We’ve been top of the table since September and people want to see us get beaten.

“When teams play us they are naturally going to be organised to stop us from scoring and we have to create our own chances.

“We have done that as we have netted over 100 goals this season, at the end of the day we are in this position and we want to finish it off and lift the league title.”

Earlier this season AFC Fylde hammered the Pilgrims 9-2 at Mill Farm in what is the biggest win in the league to date.

Despite the hammering, the former Tranmere Rovers man knows that his side will be in for a difficult afternoon at York Street.

He told the club’s website: “Adam Murray has come in and has done an excellent job, they are well-organised and difficult to break down.

“They have been picking up some good results so I’m expecting a tricky afternoon in Lincolnshire.

“Not only that they will be up for the game because the one thing about football in this country whether they have anything to play for or not players give 100% as they are playing for their futures.”


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