With The New Saints of Oswestry Town dominating domestic football, Craig Harrison is keen to make sure that the WPL Champions continue pushing forward domestically as well as in the world’s greatest club competition, the UEFA Champions League and has praised the young players in the squad.
Speaking days after the JD FAW Welsh Cup Final success, Harrison said, ‘It’s very important to try and bring the best young players to our club as well as producing our own, which we have in the likes of Scott Quigley, Ryan Pryce, James Jones and Andy Wycherley who have all played a part in this year’s very successful season.’
Harrison added, ‘They have great futures ahead of them as long as they are hungry and keep working hard every day to improve. I was very grateful to Bryan Robson who gave me my first team debut at 18 and my Premier League debut at 19, but it’s even more important they have the right senior and experienced players alongside them to develop.’
TNS are determined to increase the quality of the squad to improve the chances of progressing further in Europe and reaching the ultimate goal, the group stages of a European competition.
TNS will enter the Champions League in the first qualifying round with the draw set to take place in Geneva on Monday the 20th of June.