31 Jan 2020 in Match Reports
"Back where I belong" tweeted a euphoric Dwyer!
Town head coach James Kinsey has said that Aaron Dwyer’s killer instinct can be the difference between draw and victory, whilst believing he has learnt from past experiences – ahead of his return to Ericstan Park.
Dwyer started the season at Wythenshawe which included some incredible performances from the winger such as a 13-minute hat-trick away at Abbey Hulton.
However just a week later following Town’s loss against Shelley F.C., it was decided that both parties should separate.
But the past is the past and Dwyer is back for his second spell.
In which following the 2-2 draw against West Didsbury and Chorlton where Wythenshawe had various chances to kill the game off, Kinsey decided that the squad needed a familiar somebody back to ensure these games are won.
“We missed a lot of chances [against West Didsbury] and we spoke about going and finding another player who can kill teams off.
“Dwyer knows how we play so we don’t have to spend time drumming that home. It didn’t work out last time but there’s been a conversation where he seems to have learnt from that.
“He’s a great player and I’m willing to work with him, we know what we are getting and he knows what he is getting with us – I think he will be a great addition to help us push for promotion” Kinsey said.
It is his killer instinct that will help Wythenshawe along the way as the season approaches its final run-in.
“The New Mills game at home always stands out. We didn’t move out of our half in the first thirty-five minutes. Then he scores two and we are winning at half time in a game we had none of the ball.
“It’s them moments we are going to need him” he added.
And maybe Town will need a performance like that from him on his return as Cheadle Town visit Ericstan Park – a side on an eight-match unbeaten run with seven of those being victories.
“They’re [Cheadle] very efficient. They’re putting a run together and will fancy themselves.
“But we are going into the game confident too. We have an opportunity to put daylight between us whilst having four games in hand.
"We need to take advantage of this situation" he said.
By Edward Hardy