Old School solution to New Age problem

Through November the second team had suffered a string of reverses. At this point the leadership trio of Sam Jones (captain) Jim Curtis (manager) and Pete Langley (coach) sat down and discussed how to attack the bad run of form. The decision was a “play” right out of the “old school” book of building team morale. The away fixture at Fylde was turned into a “coach trip”! Sadly the result did not go their way! However the Christmas jumpers and ale stop-off on the return seemed to mend morale as Rossendale were felled in the next game and the seconds commenced an unbeaten run through to the end of the curtailed season

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