Bignot Urges His Chester Side Take Their Chances

9 months ago By Tom Feaheny

Chester boss Marcus Bignot says his side must build on the point they picked up last time out and turn it into three against Ebbsfleet United.

A dramatic 1-1 draw at Guiseley after conceding in the 94th minute, Chester find themselves eight points off safety, writes Tom Feaheny.

"The performance and will to win and mentality can't be questioned from the last game, now we need to use it going forward," Bignot said.

"We are at the stage of the season, where three points is the aim each game, it is a must, an opportunity we must take.

"We know there are enough games and points, if we take care of our own business we will be fine, it's as simple as that.

"The manner of the way we conceded, we should have held on and warranted the three points last time out."

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