Colchester United midfielder Noah Chilvers says that Tuesday’s game against Grimsby Town at the JobServe Community Stadium is a chance for the team to ‘right some wrongs’ from the weekend.
Homegrown midfielder Noah Chilvers played seventy-seven minutes in the narrow defeat to Harrogate Town at the weekend, a game that the U’s were frustrated to come away from empty handed.
Danny Cowley’s side put in a good first-half performance, but failed to make their dominance count as the hosts held strong to keep a clean sheet. But with the games coming thick and fast, Tuesday’s League Two clash with Grimsby Town is an opportunity for the players to put that right, according to Noah Chilvers.
“We can take a lot of positives from the game, but we want more than that – we want the three points. They were a team that were high on confidence, and top of the form guide over the last ten or so games, and with the way that we played in the first half, you’d have been thinking that we were the form team.
“But Tuesday night is a big game when you look at the table. That’s football isn’t it, where we can right the wrongs of Saturday and hopefully get the three points.”
Speaking about the impact the supporters can have on the game, Noah says the atmosphere at the last home game against Forest Green is a result of the performances on the pitch.
“We’ve got two home games this week, and the performance in the second half against Forest Green was really good, hence the atmosphere livens up. Hopefully we can come with two really good performances in the two home games, and the atmosphere will follow as a result of that.”
Watch the full interview with Noah at the top of the page.
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