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West grateful for hard work; NON-LEAGUE NEWS.

PAUL West hailed the men around him for helping him through his toughest time as Evesham manager.

The Robins had endured six matches without a win in the British Gas Business League Premier Division but victories against Mangotsfield and Tiverton have lifted players and staff.

West, who took over from Dave Busst as boss nearly three years ago, says he has been indebted to his backroom staff - assistant and brother Leon, general manager Micky Brennan and kitman Terry Hadley - for keeping the right focus.

"We have had probably as tough a spell as I have had as manager," said West.

"We've had a superb two and-a-half years but when you have a dip, that's when your skills are tested.

"You have to keep people upbeat and I'm fortunate to have people like Leon, Micky and Terry. We've kept working hard and the players have got their rewards in the last two games."

Evesham have added to their ranks by welcoming back Leon Woodley after his month spent on loan at Bromsgrove Rovers.
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Publication:Birmingham Mail (England)
Date:Feb 7, 2009
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