‘Focus on the job in hand’ – Binfield bosses on the Non-League Football Show

Carl Withers and Jamie McClurg were interviewed on the latest episode of the Non League Football Show
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Carl Withers and Jamie McClurg embrace after the Long Eaton United win. Photo: Neil Graham / ngsportsphotography.com
Carl Withers and Jamie McClurg embrace after the Long Eaton United win. Photo: Neil Graham / ngsportsphotography.com

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The interviews are coming thick and fast for Binfield ahead of their FA Vase semi-final with US Portsmouth on Saturday.

Moles joint-managers Carl Withers and Jamie McClurg have been featured on the Non-League Football Show and had their say ahead of the big match.

Withers, speaking to host Tim Fuell about their chances against USP on Saturday, said: “We’ve looked at their previous game against Flackwell, any team that’s beating step 5 clubs not just once, but six times I am lead to believe, clearly you cannot disregard any team like that.

“We’ve said in numerous interviews, we focus on our lads, we believe we’ve got a great group of lads who give us everything every week. We believe we hope that we can do something special this year and while we’ll go there on Saturday and respect them we’re going confident.

“We’re on the back of a very good win on Saturday which was a tough tough game, if you were there watching it you wouldn’t have said it was a 5-0 game, I think goals came at crucial times in the game.

“That games gone now, the focus is this week and the job in hand, its going to be a tough tough game.”

As well as discussing the semi-final, the pair discuss their history with the club and what they’ve made of the now weekly away days with the Moles and enjoying every moment of the run. Listen to the full interview below:

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