CRAIG Harrison will “take the shackles off” Airbus UK Broughton as they go all out to win their last four games of the season.
With Saturday’s 1-0 defeat at Rhyl seeing the Wingmakers go almost seven hours without hitting the back of the net, boss Harrison is ready to let his players really express themselves as the season winds down.
And the Airbus manager is ready to shake-up his side as he experiments in the final month.
He said: “It’s very disappointing that we have not scored a goal in four games so things might change. We may bring different people in to try and change it, we’ve got to give everyone a chance.
“Tom Rowlands has been brilliant but unfortunately he got suspended at the wrong time. I think he’s got the best goals-to- games ratio – he’s scored five in 12 starts – so Tom will get a chance between now and the end of the season.
“In the last four games, we’re going to go all out to win them all. We’re going to take the shackles off a little and let them go and attack a bit more.”
Airbus kick-off their Easter Bank Holiday weekend double with a long trip to eighth-placed Port Talbot Town on Saturday (2.30pm), before they entertain border rivals Newi Cefn Druids on Monday (2.30pm).
“We have got two tough games but they are games that we’ll be putting down as winnable,” said Harrison.
“We’ve had a tough four or five weeks, but if we want to finish where we want to then we’ll be going to Port Talbot with only a win in mind.”
Matty Woodward is struggling to be fit for the weekend’s fixtures and James McIntosh is still sidelined.
Paul Hallows was a welcome spectator for the trip to Rhyl’s Belle Vue.
The 28-year-old, who suffered a heart attack last month, finally left hospital on Thursday and was there to support his team-mates on Saturday.