Micky Cummins believes that York City’s 2-0 win over Kettering Town shows the Minstermen are able to adapt and be relied on, York Press say.
It was a tough and occasionally bruising contest – left wing-back Scott Barrow limped off before half-time and Olly Dyson came off with a dead leg, Cummins revealed – but City shut their visitors out for 80-plus minutes after Sean Newton’s brace gave them an early two-goal lead.
Notably for the assistant manager, it was a different style of contest from Saturday’s win over Chester – but again resulted in three points.
“I think we showed we can mix it up,” he said. “We can step up to the challenge when called upon and still be a threat.”