Richard Money admits he is yet to find the perfect formula for his Cambridge United side, despite guiding them to a 3-0 victory on opening day.The U’s lead Sky Bet League 2 after comfortably beating Newport County, thanks to two goals from debutant Barry Corr and a late Robbie Simpson volley.
It was an impressive way for the East Anglian outfit to kick their season off, but Money still feels he has work to do with his new-look side.
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“We are still finding out about the system we want to play ourselves, it is something that we looked at over the last two weeks in pre-season and it has gone pretty well,” the Cambridge boss said to the club’s official site.
“There are still things we need to work on, which I felt were more evident in the first half.
“We’ve filled the supporters with some excitement and anticipation throughout the summer and of course there is always a danger that it might fall flat on the first day, but thankfully it didn’t and I hope that the anticipation and expectation has risen even further.”