St Albans City’s search for consistency continues with a trip to Hungerford Town
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Consistency is the key for St Albans City and manager Ian Allinson will settle for “a scrappy 1-0 win” when the Saints head to Hungerford Town on Saturday – if it means keeping their winning run going.
High-scoring victories over East Thurrock United and Dartford have transformed the mood inside clarence Park and catapulted Saints into the Vanarama National League South play-off places.
But all that will be wasted if they lose at struggling Hungerford.
Allinson said: “We keep talking about consistency and that’s the thing we have to make the players aware of.
“We know it’ll be a slightly different game. The pitch is poor down there and we know we won’t be able to play in the style we want to play.
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“You’re not going to get performances like we’ve had for the last two weeks because teams are not going to allow you to play like that.
“A scrappy 1-0 win will be just as important as a 4-0 win against Dartford.”
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