Bassett Bulldogs prepare for first season in Wiltshire League From This Is Wiltshire BASSETT Bulldogs manager Colin Cochrane says there will be no expectations of his side following their step up to the Wiltshire League from the Swindon District League.
Having been promoted from Division One of the District League two seasons' ago, having finished third, Bassett have made another jump in standard having finished third again in the Premier Division last term. Now, despite not feeling completely ready in their preparations, Bassett take part in the Wiltshire League this coming weekend and will look to make the most of the coach outlet handbags unlimited opportunity. "There's no pressure on us whatsoever as a team. As long coach backpack outlet store as we're still enjoying our football, that's the coach shoes outlet main thing. We are a bunch of mates who play football together and we want to keep it that way. "We also want to get that winning mentality on a Saturday, it's about that balance. "I would say, at the moment, we coach outlet usa 2016 are a bit far off from where we would want to be. "We've got some good new additions that have come in, some really good players but at the moment, we are struggling to settle in and blend as a team.
"Pre season has been very miss matched and we've lost a lot more games than we wanted to. "We're just getting used to the new league, with it starting early as well." Bassett kick off their season away to Pewsey Vale Development, who struggled last term, coming bottom of the teams that finished the season, with only one win to their name.
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