DANNY GLOZIER revealed how the Concord players have started joking about quitting their jobs to go full-time in the Conference National next year!
The 2-1 midweek win at Maidenhead left Rangers five points off Gosport in the final play-off place – and with a game in hand.
And the Beachboys’ reliable left-back Glozier says it made for an interesting chat on the team bus on the way home from the match.
He said: “It is starting to get a bit scary now, but we are just taking it game by game.
“We were in a similar position last year, but perhaps not as close as this. So we’ve got a chance.
“But we are not taking anything for granted because we know two bad games and it will all be over.
“The good thing is there is no pressure on us.
“And we were joking on the team coach about all having to quit our jobs to go full-time for Concord in the Conference National next year. But we’ll see!”
Glozier scored his fifth goal of the season – all penalties – in the midweek win and admits he is unlikely to find the net from anything other than a dead ball from 12 yards.
He said: “I think I’ve only ever scored one goal from open play when I was 20 and playing for Tonbridge. I don’t remember much about it but I probably got a nose bleed!”
Concord go to Bath this weekend having enjoyed a comfortable 3-0 win in the reverse fixture on the opening day, which also featured a Glozier penalty.
He said: “They had a good run in the FA Trophy to the semis but they have been a bit up and down in the league.
“But I don’t think we saw the best of them on the first day of the season because they have some good players.
“We’ll just play our game and try to keep the tempo high and hopefully we can keep our good form going.”