Richard Styles has spoken about his debut season as Tunbridge Wells boss and reflected on a strong campaign for the Club.
Wells were in 5th place when the football was halted and with games in hand they had every chance of climbing higher.
Styles was talking to Trevor Knell, with the interview published on Knell’s Non League Football Blog.
Yes, last season had a lot of positives. said Styles. “I think if I had been offered the way the season had unfolded before it stopped, I would’ve been happy with that for a first year at a new club and a new set-up. We were ultimately disappointed when the season came to an end because we felt we would finish the season strong and still had lots to play for in both the league and cup competitions.”
Styles went on to speak about the important role the fans will have in spurring Wells on to success next season.
“The local community and our fans will be extremely vital in us getting back into it ahead of next season. Every club has been hit hard by this and we’re all in the same boat. We have a real good community behind us and a close relationship with the supporters here and we’re now looking for that more than ever to continue once we’re able to get back on the pitch once again.”
Read the full interview at Trevor’s ‘Football Writing’ Blog here