“We have got to be more clinical’ – Bury Town boss Ben Chenery
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Bury Town boss Ben Chenery praised his side for a hard-working point at Aveley last night, following a 0-0 draw at Mill Field in a Ryman North mid-table battle.
Chenery said: “It’s a good point for us. We are building towards next season, and the players are aware when you come to places like this that you have to be resolute in defence.
“We had a few chances, but when you get them you have to take them.
“We had chances, especially in the first half, but we have got to be more clinical.
“However, I was really pleased with our clean-sheet tonight. We were very resolute, and indomitable.
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“We restricted the number of chances they had, to just a few balls into the box.
“It was a difficult journey, and a few of the lads were late arriving, so it was good to dig in and get a point,” added Chenery.
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