COACHES’ CORNER: Tim Flowers Previews Mickleover

Ahead of Saturday’s league match at Mickleover (3:00 KO), manager Tim Flowers has spoken about the opposition, what he’s looking for and the arrangements for the game.

“I’m very much looking forward to it. It’s going to be a very tough game against a very good side who are towards the top of the league for a reason. They play on a 4G pitch, which they’re very adept on, and they’ve got some good players.

“It’s a tough game but they’re all tough games – we’ve got to go there and give an account of ourselves – this is Bromsgrove Sporting Football Club so, at the end of the day, we’ve got to go and front up, rock up and put on a performance. If you can get a result there, it’ll be a great start.

“There’s some tough games coming up; St Ives (next Saturday) are probably the form team with Needham Market in the division, but it’s our job to make it tough for them as well.

“For this Saturday, it was pre-organised that Luke (Rowe) and Aaron (Roberts) would take the side, as well as taking training ahead of the game, so obviously I’m a very interested watcher and I’ll be interested to see how we perform on Saturday. I’ll then pick the bones out of it on Sunday, when I watch the video, and use some of the information I pick up to mould next week’s training. But, I’ve got an idea of how I want us to play – I want us to be strong, physical, mobile, and I want us to test defences out.

“I’ve got an idea of what I want to do, but what I see on Saturday may influence team selection and certainly what we do in training next week.”

Coaches’ Corner is sponsored by FUSO, Bromsgrove’s only authentic wood-fired pizzeria, built from a love for Italian cuisine and hand-made artisanal pizzas.

Tim’s first interview with Bromsgrove


Chairman Rod Brown has spoken to BBC Hereford & Worcester and the Southern League about Tim’s appointment – click either link to find out what Rod had to say.

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