Aston Clinton’s Lewis Workman spoke to Sports Shots as his side prepare to travel to Amersham Town in the quarter-final of the Spartan South Midlands League, Division 2 Cup on Saturday.
Has their been much difference with this team compared to last season?
Yes absolutely, the team has been strengthen in every position which has shown in the games we play, as we are more aggressive and show more determination to work hard for each other and for the managers.
Has the team’s progress been obvious?
I feel the players, managers and the supporters around Aston can see how we have progressed but I think the teams in our league and other teams in higher leagues haven’t noticed.
Has the team pattern of play changed at all and how has that helped you improve as a unit?
We have worked a lot on our defence and defensive situations as the last couple of seasons we were conceding lots of goals because the defence wasn’t as good as it could be. This has helped everyone all over the pitch because we know when we press the opposition we know there will be support from our
What has been your best game this season?
It will have to be between the cup game against Penn & Tyler’s green or the game against Holmer Green in the cup. Both games we very similar because the team worked so hard for the full 90 minutes and we worked hard for each other which showed, by the results we got. It also helped that I got goals in both games which was the cherry on top for an excellent team performance.
What are your personal aims for this season?
My aims for the season are to improve from last season. I want to score more goal’s, assist in more goals that are scored and just help the team overall to win trophies and progress as a club.
This week Jordan King has been proactive in the transfer market by signing Adam Beckett.
Beckett has put pen to paper and signed Spartan League forms for the club. Adam is a powerful player who can operate anywhere in the middle of the park and also as a centre forward.
The 25 year old was previously at Aston Clinton in the 2015/16 season where he captained the side and lists Winchester City as one of his former clubs.