Bury St Edmunds’ coach Gavin Hogg believes the club have the infrastructure in place to compete strongly in the National League next season. Tomorrow’s trip to Beaconsfield (3pm) heralds the Haberden-based outfit’s first match since victory over Chingford sealed promotion to the National League.
And with sights set firmly on next season, Hogg is confident building blocks are already in place for the club to sustain their place at an elevated level. “I don’t think there is much we have to change as a club to enable us to make the step up,” he said. “Since promotion we have been more open in discussion about how we approach next season and things are starting to happen. “The next level is what this club has been geared towards for years and I’m confident we will be more than able to compete.”
Victory tomorrow would also keep Bury on track to end the season unbeaten, something Hogg is very keen to do. “The finishing line is certainly in sight.” he added.
“Tomorrow’s match will be tough, hopefully we can stay on track for what would be an amazing achievement.”
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