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Seaman ready to hold onto place for rest of season

21 March 2023


Seaman ready to hold onto place for rest of season

21 March 2023

Charlie Seaman is determined to hold onto his place in the Rovers side for the last ten games of the season.

Following a period out of the starting XI, Seaman has now started back-to-back games for the club.

Speaking to the media ahead of the trip to Crawley Town, Seaman said he is seeking to deliver consistent form in order to retain his place.

Schofield on being involved once again:

“The last result wasn’t what we wanted but to back in the mix is really nice. I came out of the team and I worked really hard to get back in. I thought I had a good game against Wimbledon.

“For me it’s just about being consistent. I wasn’t too happy about the way I played on Saturday so I need to find that consistency and try to stay in the team for as long as possible.”

On the defeat at Salford:

“They’re a good team, they’ve got really good players - for example Ethan Galbraith who we had here last year. It wasn’t our day. They were just the better team on the day.

“We need to dust ourselves off and go again at Crawley and hopefully get the three points.”

On the importance of the game:

“I think they’re all must-win when you get to this stage of the season. There’s not many games left and we can’t afford to take our foot off the gas at all. We’re going to go into it and try to get the three points.

On playing at left back:

“I think in total with my senior games I’ve played more on the left than I have on the right. I went on loan at Maidstone and played on the left wing and then when I was on loan at Eastleigh, I played on the left for most of my time there.

“I think I actually prefer playing on the left than on the right but I’m happy wherever I’m playing. As long as I’m playing and helping the team, I’m happy to play wherever.

“It’s nice having that versatility but I also want to try to nail down one position and work on that as much as I can. But it comes down to consistency and you can’t expect to stay in the team and play week in, week out, if you’re not consistent.”

On the backing of the head coach:

“He’s a great manager. He’s come in and really implemented a style of play I enjoy being involved with. It’s been really nice to work under him. He’s always at you to tell you what you can and can’t improve. You don’t really get that from a manager so you’re in a grey area.

“He makes everything clear to everyone, what he needs and what he needs as a player.”


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