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Same again please, urges Shakers boss Ronnie Jepson
BURY’S embattled players have been urged to build on Tuesday night’s first home win in nearly three months by extending their current unbeaten run to five matches at Exeter on Saturday.
Danny Nardiello’s second-half strike – his first goal for the club in his current loan spell – was enough to down Hartlepool and seal the Shakers’ first victory at the JD Stadium in nine matches.
And caretaker boss Ronnie Jepson has challenged his players to repeat the feat at mid-table Exeter this weekend.
“I am pleased for the supporters to finally get a home win and I’m pleased for the lads – it might take that bit of edginess away from them now,” he said.
“We are still huffing and puffing a bit, but in terms of commitment and endeavour they are giving us that.
“We have been working hard on the training pitch to replicate what we need them to be doing on a Saturday or a Tuesday. That came through a bit on Tuesday night and I just hope the penny has now dropped.”
Captain Andy Procter will be available for the trip to St James’s Park after missing Tuesday night’s game through suspension.
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