June 15, 2024

 

With 15 games remaining in their League One campaign, Wanderers will be embarking on a busy end-of-season run-up that begins tonight (Tuesday) at Cambridge United. However, manager Ian Evatt has instructed his players to keep their eyes on the present and not look too far ahead. “We’re human, so we’ve always got a tendency to look at what might be and sometimes that’s not the best thing,” said Evatt, whose side is third in the table and three points outside the automatic promotion spots with nearly a third of their fixtures remaining.

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That implies being diligent in whatever that you do, including your coaching and how I communicate with the athletes. The players and staff are in the same boat; it doesn’t matter what they do for their pre-hab or in the gym or on the grass.

Just make sure they give it their whole attention and are proficient at it. Then, tomorrow, reset and repeat the process. Before you know it, we’ll have the appropriate habits and be in a great position at the conclusion of the season.

“Really, the emphasis has been to just concentrate on the present moment. It’s a really straightforward message, but I believe it’s important given where we are at the moment.

Wanderers’ 3–3 match

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