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Shaun Gale Previews the Burgess Hill Match

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Today Shaun Gale joins me to preview this weeks home matc versus Burgess Hill Town;
 
'Recently we have been disappointed with our home form, when we play away teams are a little bit more expansive which offer us more opportunities to attack and hurt them, this showed well last week at Lowestoft, we dominated and won the match. I think the most important thing as a club, as football and as supporters we need patience, as clubs will come and sit and frustrate us, trying to catch us on the counter attack, and we need to be patient. I am sure Burgess Hill will be no different, they have had some patchy results of late, i'm sure that will change, but not this Saturday. Our message to the players will be keep moving the ball quickly, keep creating chances, we have to nail our chances, we have to deliver, especially at home. Recently we have created so many chances yet not managed to put them away, we need to change this, this happens at every level of football, we really need the fans to get behind the team, it makes such a difference, they are our 12th man and we need them. 
 
'If you look at our last home game where we absolutely dominated possession and created numerous chances we end up with a one all draw, that was a disappointment,But now we move on, our next opponents are Burgess Hill, it's important we start the game right and get after them from the whistle, patience is the order of the day, but we will keep on firing. 
 
'At this point i am happy at our position in the league, just because we came down from the Conference South does not give us a free ticket back up, we are in a strong position, yes we have dropped points which all teams do, we possibly should be a little bit higher, there is a long way to go and a lot of points to play for, all we need to do is concentrate on us and our football. 
 
' As for injury's, Both Jason Prior (groin) and Dan Strugnell (hamstring)are both doubtful for this weekends match'.
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