Show everybody what we can do - Peters
MARK Peters has called for his City team mates to show everybody what they can do when they travel to Woking tonight (Tuesday). The City assistant manager believes his side s performance at Basingstoke on Saturday shows they can match anyone in Blue Squar
MARK Peters has called for his City team mates to show everybody what they can do when they travel to Woking tonight (Tuesday).
The City assistant manager believes his side's performance at Basingstoke on Saturday shows they can match anyone in Blue Square South and the experienced centre half has challenged his team mates to repeat that at Kingfield.
"I think today's proved they're all decent teams and anyone can beat anyone on their day," said Peters after the Basingstoke draw. "I would take from today that we are a solid unit, we've taken care of today. (We've got) three points against Weymouth, a point today lets go and show everybody what we can do."
City hope to have Solomon Shields back in contention following injury with Peters confirming that he has a chance of making the squad.
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"Solomon's got a chance, he's done a bit of work today so we're hopeful Solomon's going to be fit," explained Peters.
"Do we chance pushing him back in too early and losing him for six weeks? That's something that Steve (Castle) and Zac (Chandler) have got to have a little chat about.
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