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Bees coach dismisses contract distractions

HEAD coach Russell Earnshaw has played down the importance of tomorrow’s massive game with Redruth insisting that it is ‘just another game’.

HEAD coach Russell Earnshaw has played down the importance of tomorrow’s massive game with Redruth insisting that it is ‘just another game’.

The influential leader says he is sticking to a formula that has reaped its rewards so far this season.

“It’s the same as any other game. We take one game at a time and focus on that,” he said.

“It has worked for us so far this season so we’re not getting carried away.

“Right now we are preparing for this game as the same as any other.”

Earnshaw’s future at the Bees is unclear as a contract has still not been drawn up for next season.

But the 33-year-old admitted he would like to stay on at Sharmans Cross Road.

“Nothing has been set up yet but I’m keen to stay here.

“But we’ve got a big game ahead of us and we must stay focussed on that.”

Earnshaw’s reputation is sure to rocket if he can guide the Bees to promotion and assistant coach Eugene Martin and conditioning coach Chris Kemp are already planning on what to do should he achieve that feat.

The pair are bracing themselves for a parade around Solihull with Earnshaw on their shoulders!

 

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