Next two home games are crucial, says Leatherhead boss Brady
9:43am Friday 22nd March 2013 in Sport
by James Hepworth
Leatherhead manager Richard Brady admitted the season hangs on crucial back-to-back games at Fetcham Grove.
The Tanners sit fifth in the table, with Brady hoping his team can use games against Crawley Down, on Saturday, and Tooting & Mitcham, on Tuesday, to turn their recent run of bad performances around.
He said “We have two massive games coming up that, fortunately for us, are both at home.
“This is the perfect opportunity for us to record six points in order to move further up the table.
“Our season could potentially hang upon these two fixtures and the whole side is hoping for two good performances.
“We know that we are good enough to beat anyone in this league and we have proved that this season.”
Brady has also been boosted by the news that striker Tom Bradbrook
is fit for the fixture this Saturday after returning from a month out with an ankle injury.
He said: “The whole team has missed Tom over the course of last month and this good news will definitely help us in our match preparations.”