Swindon Town 27-year-old midfielder makes honest admission as he Issues Rallying Call  To Squad…

Amidst an injury crisis plaguing Swindon Town, midfielder Liam Kinsella remains optimistic about the team’s ability to secure victories in their upcoming end-of-year fixtures. Despite facing a challenging defeat against Barrow last weekend and fielding a bench with less than 40 combined outfield appearances, Kinsella believes in the squad’s potential resilience.

Swindon Town is grappling with the absence of several key players due to various issues, contributing to a recent dip in performance after an initially strong start to the season under manager Michael Flynn. The team suffered consecutive losses to Wimbledon and the Bluebirds, signaling a slowdown since the beginning of October. During this period, they managed to accumulate only 11 points out of a possible 45, resulting in a slide down the league table to the 12th position.

With four matches scheduled within a span of 10 days, facing Tranmere Rovers, Wrexham, Forest Green Rovers, and concluding with Crawley Town on New Year’s Day, the squad is bracing for a challenging Christmas spell. The recent defeat to Barrow compounded their woes as two crucial players, Frazer Blake-Tracy and Tyrese Shade, had to withdraw from the squad, with Blake-Tracy sustaining a hamstring injury.

Despite the adversity, Kinsella issued a rallying call to his teammates, emphasizing the opportunity for players to step up in the face of injuries. The midfielder acknowledged the challenge posed by a young bench, limiting substitution options, but expressed confidence in the starting 11’s ability to secure victories in the upcoming games.

As Swindon Town contends with the tough period and the uncertainty surrounding injured players, Kinsella urged the team to work hard, grind out results, and recapture the successful formula that characterized their early-season performances. He remains hopeful for the return of sidelined players and emphasized the importance of collective effort in overcoming challenges on the pitch.

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