Silksworth CW Manager Stobbart sets aims for second half of the season
Silksworth have had a rollercoaster of a season that sees them sitting in 10th place going into the new year despite a relatively poor start to the season, ” we have a great group and the turn around is down to a few different things, we are trying to implement a way of playing and getting the squad together as a unit” said manager Andy Stobbart
In terms of the main aims going into the second half of the season, Stobbart stated “We are still in 2 cup competitions including a Semi Final (Monkwearmouth cup) so we have to aim to win that and keep finding a way where we can perform in a couple of different systems going into the new year” it appears Silksworth are attempting to take the league by storm with the recent return of Brandon United striker Adam Storey who will want to hit the ground running in 2023.
Stobbart is already looking towards next season “This will take time but I think given a full pre season we will hit the ground running next year a bit wiser and a bit more experienced in the division”
Its been a season of uncertainty for Silksworth with a lack of consistency in terms of a starting lineup however they have seemed to start to put a foot down and are consistently feilding the same players with the ambition to get a system in place to build on.
Silksworth currently sit in 10th place after 19 games with seven wins three draws and nine losses, however this could change drastically in the coming months if Stobbart can get his men playing to their capability.