Fletch’s nine point plan for Pool

Gary Taylor-Fletcher and Tiago Gomes
Gary Taylor-Fletcher and Tiago Gomes

GARY Taylor-Fletcher says he wouldn’t put it past the Seasiders to win their next three games.

Pool travel to Barnsley tomorrow before home clashes with Middlesbrough and Huddersfield next week.

And after Ian Holloway’s men were beaten last time out at Leicester, Taylor-Fletcher has tipped Pool to bounce back in style.

He said: “You look at the next three games and we have to take points from them.

“Knowing us, after a defeat we’ll go and win three games in a row – that would be nice.

“It doesn’t always happen like that but we need to go and get points.”

Pool’s squad has grown dramatically in recent seasons, as has the number of overseas stars arriving at the club.

And it’s not just basic English they are learning down at Bloomfield Road – they are also being taught how to speak scouse!

Liverpudlian Taylor-Fletcher has revealed he’s been handing out advice on phrases his new team- mates can use on the pitch.

“A lot of the new lads do speak basic English, but it’s up to us to teach them phrases,” he said.

“I’ve been giving them the odd thing they’ll need to use on the pitch.”

“The gaffer has brought in foreign lads from the same country, so they can help each other out.

“A lot of them, especially Angel, have come in and been a revelation.

“The way Angel is and acts has been brilliant for the squad.

“You can see a few of the new foreigners starting to show their characters.

“We’ve still got the same spirit and core at the club. We have a a big squad but that’s what we need.”