Boss Ahead Of Chesterfield Test
Neil McDonald has called on his side to take their hard work on the training field into Tuesday’s game with Chesterfield.
It’s the first of back-to-back home games for The Seasiders, who are looking for a first victory of the season at Bloomfield Road.
Boss McDonald has been impressed with the work at Squires Gate and now wants to see that taken into a matchday.
“We have some good players so we have to perform how we’re doing on the training pitch and a lot better than we did in the second-half against Shrewsbury.
“We have to hang onto the fact that we played well in the second-half against Barnsley,” he said.
Blackpool fell to defeat at Shrewsbury Town at the weekend, so McDonald is grateful for the instant opportunity to recover.
“When you have a bad second-half the quicker the next game comes around the better.
“We’ve got to make sure we’re well prepared, which we have been, and we certainly have to play better as a collective,” he added.