WEYMOUTH assistant manager Tom Prodomo insists there is no weak link for the Terras as they prepare to host Bath City tomorrow (3pm).

Prodomo admits it is a luxurious position to be in with the players commanding their complete trust.

Prodomo told Echosport: “I think we are in the luxurious position by which we trust all of our players.

“There is no weak link within our squad and they have all got a really good attitude as well.

“They have all been working relentlessly hard as well through the summer before they are even back in and then through pre-season.”

Prodomo also praised new signings Tony Lee, Warren Bentley, Jordan Seabright and Lloyd Thomas for coming in well and as a result helping to have a strong group so early on.

Prodomo said: “They have been very accommodating for the lads coming in but also the new players deserve credit as well.

“They have come in with confidence and shown their personality from day one and have integrated really well.

“So already at this stage we are a really strong unit.”

The match against Bath marks the start of a hectic four days for Weymouth, beginning at the Bob Lucas Stadium which will host the Terras’ Legends match against Bournemouth on Sunday (3pm).

The squad then make the journey over to Portsmouth on Tuesday to face Moneyfields (7.45pm) in their penultimate pre-season game.

Prodomo also said that the staff are now looking for the players to take charge a bit more.

Prodomo said: “I think the big thing for us now is that we want to see the players take more and more responsibility.

“We are fine tuning things now so there have been a lot of support and input from the staff but what we are really looking for now is the boys to pick up the mantle as they did last season and start organising each other and really take responsibility for their performances which I have no doubt that they will do.”

Weymouth ahead of Bath are looking to fine tune as opposed to introduce any great changes.

As Prodomo explained: “It is the same for each week of pre-season, you are just looking for a little bit more progression from the week before and really we are at the stage now where you are just thinking about fine-tuning little facets of your game rather than introducing big new things just before the season.”

Weymouth currently have a clean bill of health for the match on Saturday.

The Evo-Stik Southern Premier South begins on Saturday, August 11, with the Terras facing a trip to Harrow Borough but Prodomo says that they are not looking to decide starting XIs for that game when they face Bath.

Prodomo said: “It is not something we are looking to do in the next couple of days in terms of decide the starting XIs or anything like that.

“We trust all of our players and look forward to giving themselves another opportunity to prepare themselves for the season against Bath.”

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