Morecambe Boss Wants To End Home Season On A High
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Morecambe Boss Wants To End Home Season On A High

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Ged Brannan wants his Morecambe players to end a poor run of results at home with three points when they welcome Forest Green Rovers tomorrow.

In their last game of the 2023–24 season at Mazuma Mobile Stadium, the Shrimps are looking for just their fourth home victory in 15 games.

With their relegation back to the National League guaranteed on Tuesday, they take on a visiting squad that has only pride to lose.

That, in Brannan’s opinion, will make them a more formidable foe than they could have been had there been time to spare for survival.

“It takes the pressure off them and they can enjoy the game more,” stated the manager of Morecambe.They’ll undoubtedly want to go out on a strong note under Steve Cotterill’s capable leadership.

However, I’m not too concerned about them at the moment; instead, I’m focused on us and hoping that we play the way we want to play.

“I’ve considered every reason why it could be, but things have been really difficult at home.

“It happens sometimes, but we’ve had some really strong performances and not received the results.”Things like not having a little luck, the proverbial “green thumb,” and some poor choices and miscalculations have been among them.

Additionally, a victory tomorrow would help to revive the tiniest vestige of a positive vibe.

On the field, Brannan’s men have now lost seven of their previous nine games after their setback to Stockport County last weekend.

That was 48 hours after an EFL embargo that had been in place for the previous two weeks had been followed by the confirmation of a three-point deduction.
Despite the happenings surrounding the club, Brannan could only praise his players’ mentality and reiterate that the embargo remained in effect.

“They are in buoyant mood considering what they have been through and what has transpired lately,” he remarked.

“They trained really well today, Thursday, in preparation for the game on Saturday and the away trip to Swindon on the last day.”Although we’ll be ready for the final two games, every professional football player wants to close the season strong and carry that momentum into the following one.
The only definite absences are Max Melbourne, Jake Taylor, and Brandon Barker; it is hoped that Jacob Davenport will return.

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