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Sunday, February 3, 2013
Gillingham take on Wycombe Wanderers on Sky tomorrow night
Gillingham assistant manager John Schofield admits the win over Northampton hasn’t changed anything.
It was the club’s first home win since November 17 when they beat Morecambe 2-1, but he insists the players haven’t let it affect their attitude.
“The mood is exactly the same as it was before the game – bubbly, bright and positive like we have been all season,” he said. “Our aim is to get as many points as we can over the course of the season and whether that be at home or away we need to make sure we keep picking them up.
“We are still on track, that’s what it’s about and over 46 games is what we’ll be judged on.
“Every game we play is never taken lightly. We look at their strengths and weaknesses and put together a game plan which we think will get us maximum points every time we go on to the pitch.
“It will be no different whoever we play in the league or the cup, we do exactly the same.
“We’ve got a good squad; on the bench we have players who can change the game. I’m sure the opposition will look to see what they can get from us and they might change their game but we need to concentrate on what we do.
“We can’t be guided too much by what other teams do. Yes we look at set pieces and headers etc and we put together a plan for every game on its merit and what we need to work on to get the points.
The Gills take on Wycombe Wanderers infront of the Sky television cameras tomorrow night.
Schofield said: “For other people to see us play, we get a lot of coverage from Sky and the Football League Show etc but League Two is a decent league and a lot of teams try to play football.
“There will probably be another six cameras but we need to look at them as another six supporters, we can’t control the fact they are broadcasting.”