Uwe Rösler finds his place to put spring into unfashionable Fleetwood | Richard Gibson

06 March 2017 09:59
After two seemingly harsh sackings at Leeds and Wigan, the German is making the most of unheralded players to move Fleetwood into a promotion placeWhatever happens from here, this has been a landmark season for Fleetwood Town under Uwe Rösler. The German, despite inheriting a squad that secured its League One future only on the final day of last season, and having seven days to prepare for this campaign, is threatening to exit the division via the preferred route.On Saturday his unfashionable team popped up, alongside the early daffodils, in the automatic promotion places, courtesy of an unbeaten 18-match sequence. Spring is in the air and there is a spring in the step of all those associated with a club that competed in the Northern Premier League, the seventh tier of English football, as recently as 2007-08. Related: Sheffield Wednesday thrash Norwich as Leyton Orient down Newport 4-0 Continue reading......read full article

Source: TheGuardian