Phil Brown has been outlining the blueprint needed for success at Swindon Town, after his side’s second win in eight matches.
they got the better of lowly Notts County at the weekend courtesy of Steven Alzate and a late own goal from Jamie Turley. The workmanlike performance will have pleased a manager who has previously been frustrated with how easily his side have been beaten.
They came from behind to win the game and Brown praised his players as much as his own approach to the fixture.
“The result (against Notts County) is more for the players than me,” the former Hull manager told local media. “When you cross that white line and you’re not fully confident in your ability and things aren’t going for you, you just have to keep working at it.”
“A workmanlike performance, like ours against Notts County, can kick you on again – hopefully we can take that with us for next weekend at Colchester United.”
They may be without the services of striker Kaiyne Woolery, who missed the win at Meadow Lane through a slight knee injury.
Words. That’s all it is from Brown. He’s got a talented squad of players but at the moment, they’re just not doing the business for him.
If we were pushed to predict at least one manager who will not be in charge of his side come the end of the season, we’d go for Brown. Swindon fans deserve better.