Jump to content

Adverts are hidden for all 'Gold Members' - sign up for just £10 a year by clicking here | Advertise here for just 25p per 1,000 impressions - click here
Welcome to Fans Focus. You are currently viewing as a guest. Please login or register to post.    

Sign in icon Sign In Register Register Help Help Login with Facebook Login with Twitter

League section covering 2,000+ clubs - check out your division and club page click here!

Recent Topics

Recent Status Updates
(Update your status via the dropdown
to the right of your name (top left))

View All Updates

Upcoming Calendar Events

There are no forthcoming calendar events

Today's Birthdays ( 19-July 18 )

  • Photo

    Age: 36

  • Photo
    Tactics in Soccer

    Age: 79

  • Photo

    Age: 43

  • Photo
    Double Diamond

    Age: 63

  • Photo
    Freddie Dohert the BT man

    Age: 118


Mildenhall Town will turn to youth for FA Trophy showdown

- - - - -

  • Please log in to reply
regular view basic view
No replies to this topic

offline FF News

FF News
  • Vice-President
  • Posts: 27,789
  • Joined: 14 Sep 2009

Dean Greygoose is ready to turn to the youngsters for the biggest game in Mildenhall Town's history.

The Bostik One North side travel to Northern Premier Lancaster City in the third and final qualifying round of the FA Trophy still nursing an injury list of at least six key players.

He hopes to have at least one new signing in place, but for a man who played at Crewe during the days of Dario Gradi's famed academy, giving young talent a chance to shine is no big deal.

"Our injury crisis hasn't healed a whole lot – we played on Tuesday night and had nine first team players out," said manager Greygoose. "We should hopefully have three of them back, but it's still six big characters we're missing.

"We gave three reserve team players their debuts and we could have four U18s in the squad for the biggest game in our history. But we've got some great young players and throwing them in doesn't bother me.

"If they're good enough they're old enough. Just like when I was at Crewe, it's a big part of what we do. We're talking to two potential signings and may have one ready for Saturday, but it leaves little time for them to gel."

Read more: http://www.cambridge-news.co.uk


0 user(s) are reading this topic

0 members, 0 guests, 0 anonymous users

View New Posts

List of all CLUBS on Fans Focus