Barrow AFC striker Jack Hindle believes someone could be heading for a thrashing if the Bluebirds are able to produce more performances like theirs in the victory at Dover, report The Mail.
Ian Evatt’s side will be looking to make it back-to-back victories for the first time this season when they welcome Sutton United to Holker Street this Saturday. They’ll certainly be returning to home turf in a buoyant mood after their longest away trip of the season led to them heading back to Cumbria with three points in the bag for the first time in the campaign.
Getting used to a new style of play under Evatt has meant AFC haven’t always got what their performances deserved, but Hindle, who struck both goals at Dover, thinks that will change.
Hindle said: “It’s waiting to come and I still think it will in the next few games. We’ll probably get a three or four or 5-0 win because we play a lot differently to other teams.”
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