Cheltenham Town: Scott Brown - Too early for any assessing
CHELTENHAM Town goalkeeper Scott Brown believes league tables are meaningless until ten matches have been played.
The Robins host Accrington Stanley this afternoon (3pm), aiming to make it three wins from four and stay in the top three after an encouraging start.
The long-serving Brown has been pleased to keep two clean sheets in his opening three League Two appearances this term, but he knows it is early days in a long campaign.
"It's been a decent enough start, but we are only three games in and you can't look at the table until ten games in, then you know if it's really a good start," Brown said.
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"We've given ourselves a good base to build on with two good away performances at Torquay and Aldershot and we are looking forward to playing at home now."
Brown praised Harry Hooman for his performances at centre-half during his first run of first-team games for Cheltenham, with skipper Alan Bennett kept on the bench for last week's 1-0 success at Aldershot Town after recovering from a shoulder injury
"We have a great squad here and Harry has shown what he is capable of doing," Brown said.
"Benno played in pretty much all our league games last season and it shows strength in depth that we've not missed him so far. I am sure he'll be itching to get back in though, and while he was disappointed to be left out he understands and he was full of encouragement for the lads.
"He is a great captain, all the lads look up to him for inspiration and that's what he provides."
Brown said that the addition of Billy Jones at left-back has helped with Cheltenham's defensive organisation.
"Luke Garbutt is a young lad and he didn't talk as much as Jonesey does," Brown said.
â Tim Russon is set to join Cheltenham Town's board of directors.
He resigned from the Hereford United board in May.