Gash Getting Firm As Sports Target Big Improvement

Ruthless Michael Gash says his side can take inspiration from Tamworth ahead of the new National League North season.

But the Peterborough Sports joint-boss admits his side will have to be realistic with their ambitions as they look to put last season's tough season behind them once and for all.

Gash - working alongside co-boss Luke Steele - eventually did steer the ship to safety following three huge wins in April.

The Turbines also had an unexpected run to the FA Trophy quarter final - eventually losing narrowly to Gateshead.

Realism won't stop them dreaming though, Gash says.

"We need to be realistic about the team we're facing and if we're in this league [National League North] for a fourth season on the trot, that's success," he told the Non-League Paper.

"We've got some really good players for this level. It's just about making then click and getting them to believe in what me and Luke want.

"If you get everyone on board, that's a powerful thing. That's exactly what Tamworth did.

"They might not have passed people off the park, but they all knew their jobs, they all did them week in, week out and that showed in their results."

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