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Gillingham assistant manager John Schofield writes exclusively for the KM Group

13 December 2013

John Schofield

John Schofield

Bradley Dack will get more goals and there is no doubting that.

He scored one last Saturday and he has set himself high standards, admitting he could have had a couple more.

We created plenty of chances at Notts County and were getting into the right areas and that’s a positive from the way we played.

Bradley expects to score every time he gets a half chance and they are good standards to have.

There are certain players who miss chances in games, across the leagues and whatever level, that will then start passing to someone else, when the right thing to do is to take the shot on.

Bradley has that positive mental attitude to make that right decision in the box. He has got a good knack of timing his runs to get into the box and arriving in good areas. It is a difficult skill to pick up that and thankfully with my coaching, he has done that well!

Bryan Robson was the master at timing runs into the box and nobody knew how he did it. I don’t even think he did but he had that knack of going to the right areas at the right time and drifting in there.

Full column in Friday's Medway Messenger

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