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Gillingham assistant manager John Schofield writes exclusively for the KM Group

24 January 2014

John Schofield

John Schofield

Brentford are on a hiding to nothing.

All of the expectation will be on them to get a win on Friday night in front of the television cameras.

We are going to a side undefeated in 15 games and people will be saying we have no chance.

Well, people said that before the Wolves game and people might have said that last weekend against Swindon. We won them both.

I always enjoyed games at Brentford during my playing days and we won’t be afraid of going there. We’re nice and relaxed.

The home crowd will be turning up expecting a win but we will go there and try our best – that’s all we can do.

We have to make sure we apply ourselves the best we can, like we did last weekend.
Brentford’s new manager, Mark Warburton, was a City banker a while ago but if you look back through history in various businesses, it is not always those who have been the expert in the field who are the most successful.

The first millionaire steel man in America knew nothing about steel. But he knew how to manage people.

Full column in this Friday's Medway Messenger 

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