Football League Weekly: Stevenage benefit from Sarll’s old school methods

05 September 2016 07:59
Darren Sarll may be the Football League’s youngest manager but his traditional methods and astute transfer business are beginning to reap rewards for StevenageDarren Sarll may be the youngest manager in the Football League but some of his views come straight from the old school. The Stevenage manager made sure his players trained “harder and for longer” last week and the result, a 6-1 win over Hartlepool, suggests his traditional methods may just be worthwhile at a club where, for now, survival represents success.On Saturday Sarll’s team fought back from going a goal behind against a dismal Hartlepool to earn not only their second win of the season but also record their biggest home victory in the league. They have gone one better on the road, putting half a dozen without reply past Yeovil in April 2012. Cruelly, Hartlepool’s midfielder Michael Woods was on the opposing side at Huish Park too. Related: Football League your thoughts: AFC Wimbledon claim first win, Luton top League Two Continue reading. . read full article

Source: TheGuardian