Newspaper article Manchester Evening News

JoiNt-MANAGER Anthony [...]

Newspaper article Manchester Evening News

JoiNt-MANAGER Anthony [...]

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- JOINT-MANAGER Anthony Johnson admits that SALFORD CITY's enforced break has come at a good time for the Evo-Stik Premier side.

The Ammies have had two games postponed over the last week and haven't played for 11 days.

They return to action with a crucial home game against Darlington, who came up with Salford last term and remain promotion rivals.

The Ammies trail leaders Blyth by nine points, with secondplaced Workington four points better off, and it's third against fourth for Salford's 42nd game of the season.

"The amount of games the lads have already played and the level of opposition in the cups have taken some toll," said Johnson (pictured).

"It's been good to get the lads some rest heading into a vital final 17 games, and it's given us a chance to look at Darlington.

"The downside to the tune-off is Blyth, Workington and Darlington won games. …

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