Fisher happy in new role

PUBLISHED: 10:05 08 January 2009 | UPDATED: 13:51 06 May 2010

James Fisher is in fine form for City

James Fisher is in fine form for City

ST ALBANS City s recent improved form has coincided with James Fisher s move into central midfield. With Chris Seeby returning to the side at right back Fisher has pushed forward into midfield and he s grabbed the opportunity with both hands, playing a st

ST ALBANS City's recent improved form has coincided with James Fisher's move into central midfield.

With Chris Seeby returning to the side at right back Fisher has pushed forward into midfield and he's grabbed the opportunity with both hands, playing a starring role as St Albans drew twice with Hampton & Richmond over the Festive period.

The former Wembley and Wealdstone player is enjoying his new role despite it not being a totally new experience: "Yeah, it's going well," he said. "I'm really enjoying playing in there since Steve's [Castle] put me in there and it's going well. I've played there before so it's not new to me."

Fisher believes the results achieved against Hampton are positive as they helped to stop an unwanted losing run: "They're good results after the unfortunate losses we've had before these two."

With the second Hampton & Richmond game being played on New Year's Day, the players have had to delay their celebrations but Fisher says this is something that they just have to get on with. "All the lads have had to, its one of those things. It's part of it.


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