Barwell boss Jimmy Ginnelly believes he can take positives from the opening week of pre-season that included losing to Vanarama National League side Solihull Moors.
The boss of the Evo-Stik Northern Premier League Premier Division side believes his team gained what they needed from the game despite a 2-0 defeat.
Speaking to the club’s website Ginnelly said.
“It was a great workout for the lads and good minutes in the bank. We did very well for 60/70 minutes but the big difference was the strength of the squads. They had subs who were top class players and ours were trialists.”
“We had Elliot Percival at right back on trial. He did very well. Newport and Bolton are interested in him but I’d have him for Barwell if I can.”
Ex Hinckley AFC captain Ryan Seal has recently joined Barwell and Ginnelly was pleased with what he has seen so far.
“Seal has played well in the three games so far and is settling in well. He is vocal on the pitch and the lads like that. He doesn’t look out of place or out of his depth. I think he is going to be a great player for us.”
Jimmy’s post-match thoughts https://t.co/ImYyzf083P
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