Salisbury boss wants final effort

16 April 2010 10:56
Boss Tommy Widdrington wants Salisbury to play "as though their lives depended on it" for their last three games.Although the Whites are safe from relegation, Widdrington revealed only "six or seven" players have contracts next season. [LNB]He told BBC Wiltshire: "I've told people to go out there as though there lives depend on it. [LNB]"Any player who turns down a contract at the moment is a brave guy because it's a tough climate out there." [LNB]Widdrington says he wants to keep the nucleus of the team together, but he has a list of players he would like to sign. [LNB]"I'm not going to change my methods," he said. [LNB]"Call me a big-head, but I think my methods work. I know they work with the smallest budget in the league, with the most restrictions in the league."

Source: BBC_Sport