Dior’s In Fashion! Eaden Hails His Stylish Striker

Nick Eaden believes Nuneaton Borough are beginning to see the best from striker Dior Angus - and that the National League North is now starting to see what the team are made of, too.

The lively forward scored twice as his side drew 2-2 at home to York City on Tuesday night.

He now has five for the season and Eaden thinks there is more to come.

The manager told the National League’s Oli Osborn his team are now looking like a side capable of avoiding the drop.

“Dior has come in and taken his goals well, he is starting to grow in confidence now,” he said.

“He’s has an injury but ever since he’s been back in the team he has looked good for us.

“Dior is a threat and you can tell he is playing well and working hard for the team.”

The point in midweek against York wasn’t enough to drag Borough out of the bottom three but the manager says they are on a high.

“We’ve had a good few games and we are really improving,” he said.

“Things are getting better. It’s been a difficult start but against York we have played well and on another day we come away with three points.”


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