Delighted Salford boss Graham Alexander saluted his players after they hung on for a 1-0 Sky Bet League Two victory over Cambridge.
Adam Rooney’s second-half header handed Salford a narrow 1-0 Sky Bet League Two victory against Cambridge.
Salford have no fresh injury concerns ahead of Saturday’s Sky Bet League Two home clash with Cambridge.
Salford boss Graham Alexander believes his side have signed “a heck of a player” after ex-Blackburn midfielder Craig Conway inspired them to a first-ever Football League away win at Walsall.
Luke Armstrong and Jake Jervis opened their accounts as Salford claimed their first away win in the English Football League with a 3-0 victory at in-form Walsall.
Walsall manager Darrell Clarke could rotate his squad against Salford despite the Saddlers going unbeaten for five games in all competitions.
Salford manager Graeme Alexander said it will take “several weeks” to turn the club’s season around following a 4-0 home defeat to Forest Green.
Salford’s disappointing start to life in Sky Bet League Two continued as they were beaten 4-0 by an impressive Forest Green outfit at the Peninsula Stadium.
Salford will be without Luke Armstrong for the Sky Bet League Two visit of Forest Green this Saturday.
David Artell says his Crewe players benefited from a strong half-time team-talk as they ultimately conquered Salford’s defensive approach and earned an emphatic 4-1 comeback win.
Crewe produced a powerful second-half display to beat Salford 4-1 and move up to second in Sky Bet League Two.