It’s been a difficult campaign for all in within the non-league footballing pyramid, equally as much for Knowsley based side Prescot Cables.

With long pauses within the season, lockdown’s and even a COVID outbreak of their own, keeping the current batch of players together as a collective has been a difficult ask.

Manager, Craig Davies and his Assistant, Lee Bignell were joined by David Raven as they last night launched this first instalment of ‘Talking Bulls’ a new weekly Q&A show.

The episode was streamed live on Facebook, as they engaged in a entertaining chat regarding all things Cables to provide some sort of entertainment for the supporters.

Questions were sent in via social media, and Pesky Bulls boss Davies admitted the long pauses in the season have halted any plans the club had in the Summer.

‘I set my stall out straight away and said whether your a similar age to me or we might know each-other away from the pitch its all about this football club.’

‘It was always a case of lets try and work together to get this club back to where it should be’ added Davies.

‘We got out the FA Cup round which we hadn’t done for 6 years, we went up to Sunderland, we started well in the league and initially started really well, which told me as a manager and a coach that the lads respected what I was doing’

In regards to keeping the team together during another UK wide national lockdown, assistant Lee Bignell said the key was the communication mixed with camaraderie as a group.

‘It was all about communicating with them really, we’ve organised Zoom sessions and the clubs put on Strength and Conditioning sessions with the boys on a Thursday night.’ said Bignell

‘Its just about keeping us together, they could turn around and say we’ve got to play again in March, I don’t think they will but there’s still possibility they might’

The ex-Ashton Town assistant added: ‘Its important we keep the lads ticking over and look after them the little things really and its important for when we do come back were still a group and not distant from eachother.’

Prescot’s last competitive fixture came all the way back on Boxing Day as Cables narrowly lost 1-0 at home to Runcorn Linnets.

As the weeks edge further away, a likely outcome for Cables again seems to be a null and void campaign that would sweep across the non-league divisions in the country.

With only 9 league games completed this season, and with lockdown measures extended again through to March, affects will be felt for the volunteer ran club who have rallied for financial aid from the FA and their respective league’s hierarchy.