Date: 4th March 2009 at 3:44pm
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Chester City manager Mark Wright issued a desperate plea for the club to sign new faces last night after watching his side lose again in League Two.

Up for sale and with a transfer embargo still enforced by the Football League, Wright feels his hands are tied in his attempts to rescue the Blues from the threat of relegation.

Speaking in his post match press conference on Tuesday night, Wright told reporters: ‘I’ve got to have a good chat with the chairman and the club board this week. We need to know where we’re going and what we’re doing.

‘I’m not being forceful, it’s just that I feel for the group of players and I feel for the club.

‘We need to push and get an investor in very, very quickly, to go and help the chairman so that we can go and bring three or four new players into the club.

‘We need to do that now and, if we have that, then we’ll be 12 points or maybe more better off. Hopefully there’s an investor out there who will come in and put some money into the club.’

The Blues now faces a crunch ‘six-pointer’ battle against Barnet at the weekend.