Stand up and be counted
Maurice warns players: 'It's time to change the bad run of results'
Maurice warns players:
Malpas wants answers after
Swindon boss Maurice Malpas urged his players to 'stand up and be counted' in tonight's reserve clash with Cheltenham Town - as Town try to find a way to end their run of home defeats.
In a press call today the manager admitted the club are looking for answers, and called for the reserve game tonight to find one or two players that can 'lead the way.'
“Coxy, Lee Peacock and Jack Smith are playing Saturday - the rest are playing tonight," Malpas said.
"What does that tell you?
"We’re unhappy with what’s happening – we need to see who is prepared to stand up and be counted and really see who is ready to put their neck on the line - if not I will look elsewhere.
"We’ll get out of this bad run and see where they stand then.”
The Town's crunch game starts at the County Ground tonight at 7pm