Crawley skipper Bradley promises: ‘We’ll give it 100 per cent at Northampton’

Sonny Bradley scores for Crawley Town against Barnsley (Pic by Jon Rigby) PPP-150214-180723004
Sonny Bradley scores for Crawley Town against Barnsley (Pic by Jon Rigby) PPP-150214-180723004

Crawley Town skipper Sonny Bradley has promised to give it 100 per cent in their remaining matches.

This week saw a tough visit to newly crowned champions Northampton Town tonight (Tuesday), followed this Saturday by a home game against midtable Carlisle United.

Bradley denied this could be the ideal time to play the Cobblers, immediately after they have won the league.

He said: “I don’t think there is a good time to play Northampton this season, personally!”

“We just have to go there and give it everything we have got. We have a short amount of recovery time and we will need to quickly look at how we can be better.

“They will be up for it. I’ve spoken to a couple of their lads and I know they won’t be taking it easy; they want to win every game until the end of the season.

“Even though our results in the last four games have been bad and we haven’t won a game, I don’t think that will change that every game we will be up for it.

“Although we have been beaten again (at AFC Wimbledon), I don’t think you could say we didn’t look like we were up for it or haven’t looked like we wanted to win.

“Asking for 100 per cent effort off the lads in the next four games isn’t going to be a problem. I know that and the manager knows that.

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