Forfar Farmington Head Coach Kevin McGreskin is delighted to be back out onto the pitch on a competitive basis after a 4 month hiatus out of competition.
Farmington head to Lanarkshire to face Motherwell tomorrow with the news fresh in the memory with Eddie Wolecki Black resigning in midweek.
McGreskin looked ahead to the game tomorrow by saying, “We are all looking ahead to this game tomorrow after a long time off, the players are equally as excited and all they want to do is play games.
“They now have an impetus in terms of training & they are preparing towards something now, socially it’s important as well in terms of having a laugh & getting that team spirit, it’s been great having Zoom but it’s not the same as being there physically.
“The people behind the scenes have been great & worked incredibly hard, the amount of work they do is normally unseen, the club have put everything in place to prepare us for tomorrow.
“A lot of work goes into the testing protocol and the financial implications that it represents.
“It’s going to be a hard game against Motherwell who are one position below us in the table, it’s a competitive league within our circle of teams, Glasgow City, Rangers & Celtic are the top 3 and everyone is looking to compete with them.
“We got the rub of the green the last time against Motherwell & the game could have headed in a different direction, the new coaches will have extra motivation now to make sure there’s a good performance on the field.
“Me & Ryan worked closely together & I enjoyed working with Ryan, there’s a slight difference here or there but there’s a continuity here and I reinforce the same messages to players in training.”