Mildenhall Town boss Dean Greygoose is confident his side are now a different animal after making a flying start to 2016 — and has warned one of their league rivals will soon be on the end of a hiding, writes Russell Claydon.
The Hall boss toasted a second 1-0 victory at the club that sacked him, Haverhill Rovers, on Saturday, as they repeated their FA Cup result from August by making it two Thurlow Nunn League Pemier Division wins from two and three from three in all competitions since the turn of the year.
And with former Godmanchester Rovers striker Ben Yeomans, who scored 10 goals from 34 games as Goddy finished second last season and five in 19 appearance this term, bolstering their firepower after making his debut from the bench Saturday, Greygoose believes it is only a matter of time before they cut loose.
“It was awful conditions but one thing we had not done this season was win scappily; when we’ve won we’ve dominated games and took them to the cleaners but only won 1-0 or 2-0.
“We will batter someone though.”
Hall (9th), host arguably the division’s surprise package on Saturday in Long Melford (6th) (3pm).