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New Signings give reasons for optimism.

Monday Jan 22, 2018

 The addition of midfielder Tom Shaw, and loan signings Jack Stevens and Dan Turner before the weekend game at home to Brackley Town certainly bolstered the Lambs team and they produced a good performance and were rewarded with a well earned point against a high flying team.

 Shaw slotted well into midfield, seemed to partner well with Verma while providing solidity in front of the back four along with being composed on the ball. Turner was a willing forward and his pace helped stretch the Brackley defence when the Lambs broke away.

 Stevens was awarded man of the match by the match sponsor after an excellent display. Brackley had much of the possession in the first 20 minutes and Stevens was the key to not conceding during that time and made some important saves late on to preserve a point.

 The match report can be read here.

 Although it was disappointing to concede late on there were many indications for optimism after a solid defensive display along with dangerous pacey attacking play.

 Looking forward the team have a couple of tough games against teams holding play-off positions with a trip to Spennymoor and hosting York the following week. The team will be looking to build on last Saturday’s performance and the fact that they have beaten both these teams earlier in the season.

 Currently sitting in 12th place in the league the Club are looking up towards the 7th place and the play-off spots which are only 5 points away. With odds of 33/1 to get promoted maybe now is a good time to place a bet on Tamworth with Paddy Power at 

 After Salford's victory over Harrogate last Saturday, ex Lamb’s keeper Belshaw’s Harrogate are now 9/1 to win the league with run away high spending leaders Salford 1/8 to go up automatically to the Vanarama National League. 

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