Non-league football: Rangers sets sights on win treble
STAFFORD Rangers head to Blyth Spartans tomorrow looking for a third straight win.
Greg Clowes's side followed up last weekend's FA Trophy defeat of Ramsbottom United with a thrilling 1-0 victory over Evo-Stik Premier Division high-fliers Chorley on Tuesday.
"We can go up to Blyth full of confidence," said Clowes.
"We have had two clean sheets and I would take that any day because I feel we are going to score goals."
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Rangers have scored four goals in their last two games – all of them coming from striker Danny Quinn.
But the pace of fellow frontman Fabrice Kasiama has also played a key part, according to Clowes.
"What you find in this league is teams play with two big centre-halves and they can't handle pace," he explained.
"Fabrice is deadly because it looks as though the ball has gone away from him, but all of a sudden he has it under control again.
"He has deserved goals over the last two games. He has been setting them up for Quinny, who has scored all four, but that's what partnerships are all about."
Clowes is still waiting to hear if Mickleover Sports striker Karl Ashton, who is on contract with the Derbyshire outfit, would be joining his squad.
"We have made an offer and Mickleover have extended the deadline by another week," added the Rangers manager.
"This is for a player they are trying to get off their books and that tells me they are looking for the highest bidder to come in.
"Stafford Rangers have made an offer and that offer will not be improved.
"I would like to think we could get Karl Ashton. We still have Dean Oliver, Darren Alexander and the two who are playing at the moment, but you can never be short of strikers."
NANTWICH could hand a debut to new signing Simon Everall in their Evo-Stik Premier Division clash with leaders North Ferriby at the Weaver Stadium.
The 22-year striker left the club in the summer to join Stafford, but has now returned to Cheshire.
"Simon is a good finisher with raw pace and he'll give us that extra dimension," said manager Jimmy Quinn.
"He never really wanted to leave, but that's football and now he's back and willing to work with the fantastic squad we have here."