Dec 13 2012 by Paul Bishop , Harrow Observer
DAVE Anderson insisted this week he is not living in fear of the sack at Harrow Borough.
Many a manager would be feeling the heat following a sixth home defeat in a row in all competitions on Saturday to East Thurrock, a result which leaves Borough embroiled in the Ryman League relegation scrap.
But the genial Irishman claimed he had tougher days at AFC Wimbledon and that he is under no more pressure than usual.
He said: “The people here at Harrow are experienced at being in this position, so I’ve had no grief and even if there comes a time when people are putting pressure on me I won’t feel it because I’ve been at this job a long time.
“‘Are you under pressure’ was a question directed at me every day when I was at AFC Wimbledon if we were not top of the league, but the only real pressure comes from within that you put upon yourself to keep to your own standards.”
Anderson was spared another tough night at Earlsmead by the frost on Tuesday night, which resulted in the game with Met Police being postponed, so can look forward to taking to the road again on Saturday when Borough make the long journey to fellow strugglers Leiston.