Date: 16th May 2014 at 12:57pm
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York City striker Michael Coulson reckons his side still have every chance of making a fifth Wembley final in five years.

“Everyone feels really positive and confident because we created chances the other night” – Michael Coulson

The Minstermen travel to Fleetwood Town this evening trailing by a single-goal in their play-off semi-final but they have already emerged victorious from the
same venue just over three months ago.

“We’re in a good position,” Coulson told The Press. “We know we have to go there and attack, not in a silly manner but by being positive. If we were going there with a 1-0 lead, we might have sat back a bit and it wouldn’t have suited us but everyone feels really positive and confident because we created chances the other night.

“Unfortunately, we didn’t take any, but we know what we have to do. We didn’t play particularly well on Monday night,” he added. “That was obvious but there’s more to come from us. Fleetwood will also be under a lot of pressure in front of their fans and, hopefully, they won’t be able to handle that.”

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