Don't be complacent; firstname.lastname@example.org JOE RIMMER SCORES WITH THE LATEST NEWS FROM AROUND THE CLUBS.
LITH REMYCA PAUL McNALLY has warned that Litherland REMYCA must not ease up when they take on sides lower down the Hallmark Security League First Division.
Remy face a crucial clash with 15th-placed New Mills today, having lost 2-1 to league leaders Silsden last weekend. The result was a blow to McNally's side, who now sit 15 points behind Silsden, albeit with three games in hand.
McNally says his side cannot afford to let their standards slip now.
He said: "I think every team comes and they are up for it. Some of our lads, go in wanting to win, but perhaps they ease up when teams come at us. They shut up shop and then come into it as games go on.
"The Nelson game we weren't at the races but we did manage to get a draw. It is a sign of a good team when you can still pick up points when you're not playing well.
"We have Whitchurch on our tails.
"We have got to be aware of that and keep doing what we do. We have got to play all the teams in and around us and I fancy us against anyone on our day.
"It's against the so-called lower teams that we seem to slip-up against."
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|Publication:||Liverpool Echo (Liverpool, England)|
|Date:||Feb 3, 2018|
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