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By Henry Deacon (@H_Deaconmedia)

Hawks boss Lee Bradbury is not bothered by the form books as we look ahead to tomorrow’s home clash against FC Halifax Town in The National League.

 

Last time out, Havant won 7-0 against Alan Devonshire’s Maidenhead United, whilst FC Halifax have not won in any of their last 12 league games, the Shaymen sit in 13th.

 

But, the gaffer is insistent that it is all about what happens on the hallowed turf come 3pm tomorrow afternoon.

 

“It doesn’t mean much to me to be honest (the form books), the last result or what’s happened to them recently. The only thing I’m bothered about is that the players go out there and perform like they did on Tuesday Night.

 

The levels in which they worked at were fantastic, and I think that’s the only thing we can worry about. We can’t worry about their last 12 games or what’s gone on in the past for us, all that matters now is Saturday and the 95 minutes or whatever it may be that we face.”

 

This week has seen Lee Bradbury face the nicer task of curbing the players enthusiasms following such a good result on Tuesday Night.

 

“The lads are now obviously in a much better place confidence wise than they were before the game against Maidenhead but it doesn’t count for too much at all really.

 

The main thing is to go and replicate that now, but we have a better chance of replicating that level now that we have come of the back of a good result.”

 

"We can really drag those (around us) down if we can get a positive result"

Lee Bradbury

And finally, the Hawks gaffer believes that the month ahead of the Hawks could have the potential to define our season, facing three sides either in or directly above the bottom four.

 

“It’s a massive month to be honest. We have Halifax and then face three teams directly above us in the league table at this moment in time.

 

We can really drag those down if we can get a positive result and pull ourselves out the bottom four potentially, so that would give us a big boost.”

 

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