Broxbourne test next for Royston
SNOWDEN S youngsters travel to Broxbourne Borough on Saturday, a team that currently sit seventh in the table. It will be another tough game, because they have been doing well and are near the top, said Snowden. But I think we can pick up the points
SNOWDEN'S youngsters travel to Broxbourne Borough on Saturday, a team that currently sit seventh in the table.
"It will be another tough game, because they have been doing well and are near the top," said Snowden.
"But I think we can pick up the points and move up the table.
"I'm confident we can pull away from the cluster of clubs around the relegation zone and it only takes a couple of wins to do so. We have already beat them at Garden Walk, so why not again?"
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Snowden may be able to call on Dave McMurrough, who has been sidelined since September.
"I think we have missed his presence on the field," said Snowden.
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"We are also waiting on Stuart Brown's return."
Snowden is also considering reverting to a 5-4-1 formation.
He said: "In an ideal world I would like the team to play nice, entertaining and attractive football. But sometimes you have to stop being pretty to pick up the points. And we do need the points.