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Farsley set to make two additions to squad
Farsley manager Neil Parsley is backing his squad to respond positively from last weekend’s disappointing home draw when they head to Evo-Stik Division One North play-off rivals Curzon Ashton on Saturday.
Parsley’s men dropped out of the play-off places following last Saturday’s 1-1 stalemate against relegation-threatened Goole.
Farsley are four places above tenth placed Curzon, however. Just four points separate the clubs and the hosts have two games in hand.
Parsley said: “It was disappointing that Goole held us but let's take nothing away from them because they deserved their point. It was more of a lacklustre performance from us really.
“We went ahead with a superb goal from Ryan (Harrison) but we couldn’t capitalise on it and let them back into the game.”
The boss feels that point will still be a valuable one if they can gain all three from their trip to Ashton. Parsley is also hoping to add to his squad before the game.
He said: “There could possibly be a couple of additions, but I can’t say more at this stage. If we can get a win on Saturday then four points from the two games would be a good return.
“Curzon is a tough place to go - even when their form has not what you might expect from them - but I will back my squad to go anywhere and be capable of getting a result, and if we strengthen in a couple of areas then all the better.”