Commitment and desire needed - Reynolds

February 24, 2018
Rusea's High head coach Vassell Reynolds

Vassell Reynolds, technical director of Red Stripe Premier League outfit FC Reno said in looking to make the cut for the top six, the commitment and desire of his players will be key going forward.

"One of the things the club has been emphasising and striving for certainly since the end of the Second Round is a high level of commitment from the players. We would have recognised that we are not a squad that is as deep, so we really pride ourselves on the hard work we have to put in to be amongst the top six," said Reynolds.

"We felt that we need to continue that trend as it has been bearing decent fruit for us recently, certainly over the last seven to eight game and we see no need to change that approach. We know it's (top six) going to be difficult because as it stands, we have six teams fighting for three spots," he added.

Reno, which currently sit in eight place in the twelve team table with 36 points and with five round of matches to go, are just marginally out of the top six playoff spots by goal difference.

Reynolds, who was looking to carry the momentum gathered over the past few weeks into their important clash with second placed Arnett Gardens FC told STAR Sports he is disappointed with dropping points and being out of the play-off zone following their 2-1 defeat to Montego Bay United on Sunday, but believes they are still in the mix.

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