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McDonald admits it's time for change
12:08pm Thursday 5th September 2013 in Football
GENERAL manager Marcus McDonald confirmed he would be bringing in several new faces following Cradley Town’s 3-0 defeat to Lye Town this week.
McDonald claimed: “Everyone’s had their chance. “Now I need to change things to take us where I want the club to be”.
The Cradley boss had no complaints about his side’s performance against Lye, adding: “We deserved to get something out of the game. “We were done by two set pieces and then they scored a late third goal when we were chasing the game”.
It followed last Saturday’s 4-1 success over Shifnal Town where Cradley came from behind to win with two goals from Chris Bladen, another from Spencer Blackham and a Scott Devlin penalty.
McDonald expects to have Dudley Sports player Luke Williams, central defender Lee Salmon from Wolverhampton Sporting and Stourport Swifts’ Mark Muddiman all on board for Saturday’s trip to Bilston Town.
Busy McDonald is also on the lookout for an assistant after Nigel Birch was forced to step down through ill health.
McDonald also confirmed that Cradley Town had been reported for an illegal approach concerning Chris Bladen and Scott Devlin who were previously with local rivals Causeway United.
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