Dewsbury Rams: Morrison plans to keep Doncaster waiting for elusive first win

Glenn Morrison.

Glenn Morrison.

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Dewsbury Rams coach Glenn Morrison is keen to see Doncaster turn their season around, but not tomorrow.

Rams will aim to strengthen their hold on a top-four spot at home to the Kingstone Press Championship’s bottom team, who have lost their 14 games so far (3pm).

“I am pretty close to (Dons’ chief executive) Carl Hall,” Morrison revealed. “We speak on the phone all the time and we try and help each other when we can.

“I know he wants them to do well and I want them to turn it around, because they are a good club.

“Both clubs have been similar in the last couple of years – similar budget, similar position on the table. Carl’s a good bloke and we want them to do well, but not tomorrow.”

Morrison insisted Rams can’t take a win for granted, despite Dons’ wretched run. “They have got a good squad,” he warned. “Every loss is a game closer to a win and we don’t want it to be this week.”

Rams are the surprise package in the Championship this season, but Morrison added: “We are happy to go under the radar. We have played some okay games, but our best is still to come.

“We have been picking up wins and we’ve got a couple of home games now against teams lower down the table, so we’ve got to make sure we keep getting the points. We’ve chance to cement ourselves up near the top of the table.”

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