Bradshaw Won't Overcomplicate Things At Curzon

Curzon Ashton boss Mark Bradshaw admits he only has to say one thing to his players at the minute.

The message has been simple from the Nash boss since the turn of the year, "same again."

Bradshaw's side got a fourth win on the bounce at the weekend, beating Chester by a single goal.

And the manager admitted after the game that he doesn't want to complicate things.

"If we dig in, work hard and stay organised, you earn these sort of runs," he told the club's YouTube channel.

"I won't overload the lads with information because it's just a case of continuing doing what they're doing."

Curzon now find themselves ten points clear of the relegation zone and eight away from the play-offs with a game in hand.

Despite their change in fortunes however, Bradshaw isn't getting carried away.

"We rode our luck today and had to work hard," he said. "We want to keep this run going as long as possible.

"But I'm starting to look at the next game against Darlington - and that's what I'll say constantly.

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