Steve Watson has likened York City’s National League North run-in to a “12-game season”.
Tomorrow (3pm), York travel to Kidderminster Harriers for the first of their baker’s dozen after last Saturday’s postponement gave them a week without a game.
The Minstermen put the weekend to good use, Watson said, training as usual and getting up to the North East to watch Kiddy draw 0-0 at Gateshead.
But having no game provides a marker for York, the manager believes, following City’s last game, a disappointing defeat to Boston United a fortnight ago.
“It wasn’t a great performance,” he said. “I was bitterly disappointed with lots of aspects.
“We’re nearly two weeks down the line and we’ve got 12 massive games.
“With the rest and the break we’ve had between games now, it’s almost like a 12-game season.”