Ex Millwall, Wimbledon and Pompey man joins the Hawks
HAWKS assistant manager Shaun Gale looks forward to tomorrow's away match at Dulwich Hamlet;
'We have 8 massive games left, even though Dulwich is our game in hand all 8 matches are vital. we are all looking forward to the match, the boys got through a tough test on Saturday away at Grays, conditions were poor with a swirling wind the pitch was poor as well, despite that I thought we were excellent, not the prettiest football but we got what we went there for....3 points. Again the Dulwich match won't be easy, they are a good side with good home support, but our lads are up for it and ready.
I suggested to Shaun that winning our game in hand on Wednesday would see us go top and did this add extra pressure?
'Listen, we've been top and our loss at Harrow was disappointing which knocked us back a place, but we have 8 games to go, that's 24 points available and we want as many as possible, the league won't be won or lost on Wednesday night, but we will go there and try our best to win, as we do with all our matches, we always play to win, to get another 3 points on the board, we will not be going to Dulwich looking to get a draw, we will be going there to win the match. And our travelling fans can really help, both the gaffer and me go on about the fans being our twelfth man, and they are, it does make a difference, I could mention many away matches this season where our supporters have been fantastic, the likes of Leatherhead, Enfield where the noise levels were unbelievable, so I hope we can get as many supporters there at Dulwich on Wednesday, make a lot of noise and help us get the win'.