In the words of dot com, this is an opportunity for Ling to assess the strength in depth of the squad. In the short term, this could be to help decide where to bring in any potential loanees and in the slightly longer term, as to whom he will retain for next season. It wasn't a great game against Buckland last week and a better performance will be required to make any headway in this one.
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Well, it finished 1-1 with Yeoman hitting a late equaliser converting a cross-shot from Macklin.
Some things of note from dot com. Dan Cayford is on trial (again?) and after playing in defence for our reserve match against Cheltenham at the end of November, slotted into the holding midfield role. McPhee surprisingly played in this but out front. MacDonald also played but only for 65 minutes as he is expected to play on Saturday with the anticipated ban on Saah. Nathan Craig had a good game and maybe is starting to make the grade.
Sounds like a much improved performance from Buckland and would be interested to hear from anyone that got to this....
The first to present his case seems right, till another comes forward and questions him.