Rochdale boss Keith Hill says his players need to start grinding out results if they are to retain their League One status, starting with Wigan Athletic at home tomorrow.
Rochdale assistant manager Chris Beech wants his side to back up Saturday’s FA Cup with a win in the Johnstone’s Paint Trophy at Spotland against Morecambe tomorrow night.
Rochdale assistant manager Chris Beech says the team simply have to go for it in their first FA Cup tie with Swindon Town since 1913.
Wigan manager Gary Caldwell says his team can go out and enjoy the two cup games ahead after the late show against Swindon ensured another three points.
Rochdale and Bury may be perennial strugglers in The Football League’s lower reaches but that’s not to say they haven’t contested some exciting affairs.
Rochdale manager Keith Hill says he has confidence in his depleted squad to end their Sheffield United hoodoo.
Keith Hill says he won’t make any drastic changes to his Rochdale defence despite their concession of eight goals in the last three games.
Wigan manager Gary Caldwell was left a frustrated a figure after the weekend’s game even though Latics continued their unbeaten start at home.
Oldham Athletic boss Darren Kelly has placed emphasis on his squad’s mental preparation ahead of managerless Peterborough United’s visit to Boundary Park tomorrow afternoon.
Bury face a tough task this weekend against League One’s early pacesetters, Walsall although manager Dean Smith thinks the north Manchester club have a lot more to come.
Oldham Athletic manager Darren Kelly has called the League One table ‘false’, and insisted his side will be on the front foot against Bradford City at Boundary Park on Saturday.