Tower Hamlets Abayomi believes his side will be ready for Sawbridgeworth
- Credit: George Phillipou/TGS Photo
Tower Hamlets joint-manager Ade Abayomi admits his squad will be ready for the Sawbridgeworth match this evening.
The Mile End-based club will conclude a hectic week of fixtures with three matches in six days, but Abayomi doesn’t believe it will play into affect, as he is confident in the depth of his squad.
“We’ve got a big squad and the players are aware now that if you go in and put in a good performance, then the chances of you starting the next match is good and the rest of them can’t wait to get in,” he admitted.
“Although the games are close to each other the squad is big enough to handle it.
“We’ve got a lot of games to come because we’re playing catch up, but I think we will be able to cope with it, with the squad we’ve got and the attitude we’ve got.”
You may also want to watch:
Tower Hamlets travel to Sawbridgeworth in hope of extending their good league form in recent weeks and the manager has been doing his home work on the opponents.
“We played them last year, we played them the year before and I’ve seen them play against Sporting.
- 1 Teenager found dead in Victoria Park
- 2 Driver arrested after police 'drugs patrol' stops car in Whitechapel
- 3 Two in five people in Tower Hamlets may have had Covid-19
- 4 Post deliveries in east London hit by Covid crisis among Royal Mail staff
- 5 'I can save the planet with my seaweed' scientist in east London claims
- 6 Disgraceful management of the pandemic
- 7 Leyton Orient boss Embleton expecting more movement in the transfer window
- 8 Drug and alcohol abuse by Tower Hamlets parents and children soars
- 9 Leyton Orient seal late victory over Morecambe
- 10 Leyton Orient sign Dan Kemp on a permanent deal from West Ham United
“They started a little slow, but they’re picking up now and we don’t expect any game to be easy but what we know is if we show the right attitude and the play the way we’ve been playing I’m pretty confident.”
Abayomi also believes the belief in the camp is going to help them pick up points.
“If you have a good changing room where the confidence buzzing you can’t ask for much more than that and if they go out there and execute everything that we’ve planned I think we should be fine.”
Tower Hamlets picked up a 2-1 win against Hackney Wick in the FA Vase at Mile End Stadium on Friday evening.
A Curtis Pond double inspired the hosts and helped them progress into the next round of the cup competition.