Rochdale boss Keith Hill says his Rochdale players must stick to their philosophy when they entertain Port Vale at Spotland on Saturday.
Rochdale boss Keith Hill says the Rochdale fans need to be patient with his team as they aim to end their seven-game winless run at Doncaster Rovers tomorrow.
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.
Matty Lund is keen to make up for lost time after returning to competitive action for Rochdale on Saturday.
Rochdale travel to the Pirelli Stadium tomorrow in search of their first ever win against Burton Albion.
With Rochdale still in contention for the final League One playoff position, Keith Hill believes his players can focus on enjoying their football given they have a game in hand.
Having succumbed 4-1 to the Potters in their midweek fourth round clash, Dale are aiming to get back on track when they visit Steven Pressley’s side at the Ricoh Arena.
Rochdale inflicted a fifth straight defeat upon Colchester thanks to goals from Matty Lund, Peter Vincenti, Ian Henderson and Jack O’Connell at the Weston Homes Community Stadium.
Dale manager Keith Hill is in a positive frame of mind as they continue their frenetic Christmas period against Colchester United on Saturday, buoyed by the availability of key figures as his side attempt to bounce back from a dip in form and return to the play-off spots.
Dale were undone by two strikes from Daniel Johnson and a Jonathan Forte penalty in front of over 7,000 spectators at a bouncing Spotland Stadium on Saturday.
Dale picked up an impressive point when drawing 2-2 at Milton Keynes Dons on Tuesday but have been plagued by suspensions and injuries to key first team players in recent weeks.