Daniels boss admits draws are costly

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STAMFORD boss Simon Clark admitted his side has drawn far too many games this season, especially at home and called on his players to stake a claim for next season’s side.

Clark, who says he is already looking towards the 2011-12 season, said: “We have had a run of games against top sides and we have drawn quite a few especially at home which is frustrating.

“A lot of those, with a little bit of lady luck we could have won.”

With the side well short of the 10th place that had been aimed for at the start of this season, Clark says top eight should be the target next year. And, he added, the players should start showing their potential now.

Clark said: “They have to know they are playing for their shirts. They have to show they want to be here next year. It’s important that we go forward next season.

“After a year at this level I know what we need to do to make sure we win more.”

Without Lee Beeson for the remainder of this season, Clark added: “He is a massive miss for us. He scores goals and works hard.”