[WATCH LIVE<<<<] Salford City vs. Colchester live 15 April 2023
Nevertheless, captain Ibou Touray says Salford have the confidence going into the game and the drive to keep hold of the position they find themselves in. “Monday was a bit crazy to be honest but I thought we dug in until the end. As long as you never give up in football, you never know what can happen at the end of a game. Everyone was buzzing in the changing rooms after but it’s just one game, we’ve got five left and we’ve got to look onto the next one now… “After the win we should be feeling confident so I hope everyone is and we have to take it into the next game against Colchester. “Now that we’re in there I think we know we just have to keep winning so that’s the mentality. We just have to be confident and brave and we know exactly what we need to do so hopefully we can just stay in there.
I’ve enjoyed playing under the Gaffer a lot, I feel like the way we play is really enjoyable, I think anyone would enjoy playing in it so I’m definitely happy and obviously it’s showing in the stats so hopefully we can keep going and it’ll all mean something in the end. “I’d like to finish my career with as many promotions as possible, I think anyone would. When you finish your career and look back you want to have accolades, promotions and stuff like that, they’re the things you remember so I feel like this would be the best one, if we can manage to get there. ” TEAM NEWS Neil Wood has a near-full strength squad available to choose from, with only Ryan Watson and Richard Nartey out with injury. HOW TO FOLLOW Tickets for the game are available to buy online until 1:15pm on matchday, or home supporters can pay cash for the West Stand terrace.
PREVIEW: Salford City vs Colchester United (15/04/2023)Previews Article posted: April 14, 2023 Salford City start a double header at The Peninsula Stadium this Saturday against Colchester United, looking to follow-up on Easter Monday’s comeback win at AFC Wimbledon. Callum Hendry’s two stoppage time goals proved to be crucial as the Ammies moved back into the top seven with five games remaining. With three wins and a draw in the last five, Salford head into the weekend second in the form table as Neil Wood’s side look to finish the season strongly. However Colchester have been something of a bogey side for the Ammies, who have won one of seven meetings between the Clubs.
” The captain is now in his sixth season at the Club and in that time has won two promotions, the Papa Johns Trophy and broken the record for club appearances in the modern era. This season the 28-year-old has now registered 10 assists, his best return in a season at Salford and he was unlucky not to be credited with the winning one too after a slight deflection. However his focus remains firmly on adding another promotion to his record which would see him become Salford’s most decorated player. “When you look at the stats it looks really good.