Rowe-Turner concedes being dropped might help him in the long run
Town defender Lathaniel Rowe-Turner believes that being dropped for the last two games will help him become a better player, writes Mike Simmonds.
The 23-year-old was left out of the starting line-up against Hereford United and Hyde, but was back for the trip to Wrexham on Saturday as Town held the title-chasers to a 0-0 draw.
Rowe-Turner said: “Everybody just wants to play football so to miss a few games, it might have aided me in the long run.
“You never really want changes in the back four but the gaffer’s made some changes, I think we all dug in and dealt with it quite well.”
Speaking of his decision to recall Rowe-Turner, manager John Still said: “He was better for having a kick up the backside and not playing a couple of games.
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“Because I don’t think he would have been happy with what he did, but he can be happy with his work now.”
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