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Sidemen Charity Match: Squads
Sidemen Charity Match: What has been said?
Mark Goldbridge will return as manager of the YouTube All-Stars for the game and he is relishing the opportunity.
Speaking to talkSPORT, Goldbridge said: “Back again managing the YouTube All-Stars in the Sidemen charity game which is absolutely fantastic.
“It’s for charity which is brilliant, I was lucky enough to be part of it last year at Charlton – West Ham so double the attendance, hopefully double the atmosphere.
“It was a great game last year and the great thing about this is that it’s a collection of influencers that are doing it to raise money for charity.
“The downside of that as a coach is that it’s a mixture of fitness levels and quality. Speed’s back – that’ll be interesting, we had a very interesting dynamic last year.
“Obviously you’ve got some very good players on the Sidemen side of things as well so I think in relation to what I try and do in that is you are literally given some players just before so you’ve just got to try and get your key principles across as a coach.
“The Goldbridge ball thing was quite big last year in relation to how we played and I think we’ll try and keep it simple again.
“If I can get two people to play centre back who’ve actually have an idea on how to play centre back I’ll be very happy and if I’ve got a goalkeeper that can actually get their body in the way then I think we’ll be in with a chance.”
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