Sammy Moore says he sees no reason why Concord Rangers cannot follow the successful template of Braintree Town next season.
The Iron were promoted to the National League via the play-offs on Sunday. It comes in manager Brad Quinton’s first season in charge at Cressing Road following his move from Enfield Town last summer.
And Moore, who replaced Adam Flanagan as manager at the start of the month, says he is confident of an excellent season next term after he secured the signings of Danny Green, Ryan Hayes and Sam Blackman.
“I want to get promoted and hit the play-offs,” said Moore. “You should have that attitude and I want everyone at the club to have it too.
“Look at Braintree Town. They had a new manager last year and had a lot of Isthmian Premier League players, which shows what can be done.
“That is no different to what I want to do. We need to strengthen in a few more areas, but it is an exciting time to be a Concord fan.”
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