Nash Boss Has A Play-Off Confession

Curzon Ashton manager Mark Bradshaw says his team don’t deserve to be anywhere near the National League North play-off places.

But that’s exactly where they find themselves after a fantastic late win at Hereford on Saturday.

Shaun Miller’s stunning winner means it’s five wins from six for Curzon.

Bradshaw, who took over from popular John Flanagan in late November, are flying and are now only four points off the top seven.

It’s four victories on the road after success at Chester, Nuneaton and Ashton going into the weekend.

Now can the team starting to win more games at Tameside too?

“It’s one game at a time,” the manager said on the club’s video service. “It’s Alfreton next week. We have to assess that.

“If I’m being honest the team doesn’t deserve to be anywhere near the play-offs.

“The players are doing really well away from home but we need to do it in front of our own fans as well.

“But if we can get anywhere near that at home in the run in then we’ll see what happens.”

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