Bamber Bridge’s players need to do the business in the crucial remaining games or places will be lost, caretaker manager Matt Lawlor told the Lancashire Post.
The Brig centre-half – along with Joey Collins – has been handed the task of guiding the club away from the NPL Premier Division danger zone following the resignation of Mick Taylor last week.
“We will be more direct in terms of what we are asking from the players,” Lawlor said.
“If we don’t get what we are asking then we will find somebody else within the squad.
“We have got a squad of 21 and we need to get back to what made us successful in the past – and that’s being organised and disciplined and playing our football at the right times.”
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