UK news Niall Currie won't ask players to change front foot approach despite Carrick Rangers being blanked by Larne last news
PremierLeague-News.Com - Carrick Rangers boss Niall Currie is adamant he will not shy away from asking his players to play on the front foot.
PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! "Carrick Rangers boss Niall Currie is adamant he will not shy away from asking his players to play on the front foot. Rangers came unstuck in Saturday's East Antrim derby, going down 3-0 to Larne at Inver Park.However, Currie went to Inver Park with the intention of taking the game to their hosts with strikers Cathair Friel and Jordan Jenkins both playing from the off.While many managers nowadays often opt to pack the midfield and go with just one striker, Currie insists he won't be taking that approach as they look to steer clear of last place."It's just not for me to play with five defenders and get your three midfielders to bank in front of that," Currie said."We try to press from the front and we like to play with two strikers to do that. At Larne we ended up with three strikers by the end. "I know maybe tactical or technical geniuses will tell you to get a lot of players to bank in and play 4-5-1 and the rest of it, but it's just not for me."What we do need to do is stop individual errors and that will help to give us a platform to go and win a game.
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.He admits the current schedule is taxing on his squad however, with Crusaders next up at the Belfast Loughshore Hotel Arena tomorrow night. Carrick are in a three-way tussle to avoid bottom spot, but even without the threat of relegation Currie knows the remaining 10 league games will be a challenge."Getting this season finished will be a big achievement by everybody," he said."Two games per week, every week, for a club like ourselves is extremely difficult. We can't get on the training pitch to remedy things. Thursdays are recovery sessions. Saturday was probably one game too far for three or four players.""
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