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No need to panic: Mac

 
Created on 30/09/2010 @ 16:28
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Montgomery manager Clive McNamee (right) insists there is no cause for concern despite suffering their first back-to-back defeats since reforming as a club three years ago.
An FAW Trophy defeat at Blaunau Ffestiniog – which McNamee described as the worst performance since he took charge – was followed by a narrow defeat at table topping Kerry last week in the Spar Mid Wales Division Two.
But the manager has faith in the quality within his squad to return to winning ways this weekend at Rhosgoch.
“It is the first time since our reformation that we have lost two on the bounce and that's some record. I was happy enough with our effort on Saturday. The only disappointing thing was the result,” said McNamee. "I feel we have adapted quite well to the new league although it is early days yet. We are certainly enjoying it.
“The new signings have settled in well. I am absolutely delighted with the youngsters. Ryan Davies has come in at centre half and is playing well above his 16 years. Jake Parr is the player I thought he was, the lad is something else with the ball at his feet and gives us an outlet.
“George McNamee hasn't had much of a chance to shine yet but on the occasions he has been called upon he has done well. Alex Bromley has given us a new dimension with his link up play and will be a great addition to the squad.”
McNamee was locked in discussions with a defender this week and added that he won’t be rushing out to make more signings, despite the squad missing several senior players through injury.
“I have targeted who I want and will move for them in due course. They have to be the right players for Montgomery,” he said.
Meanwhile, Four Crosses are closing in on Llanfair United's Steve Benyon. The winger has struggled to cement a starting place this season and Crosses boss Nick Popyk is confident of signing the youngster after the weekend.
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