Steve Cuss hoping Wimborne Town can put things right against Guildford City
WIMBORNE Town are looking to put their FA Trophy exit behind them when the Magpies host Guildford City at Cuthbury tomorrow night.
The Southern League Division One South and West clash gives Steve Cuss’ side the opportunity to get back on track after Marlow FC came from 2-0 down to win 5-3 on Saturday.
“It’s important that we pick ourselves up” explained Cuss, speaking to the Stour and Avon Magazine. “It’s a long season and now we’re out of those cup competitions – but we’ve got ourselves into eighth place in the league.
“If we can stay in and around those playoff positions – we can push on in the second half of the season.
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All the teams in this league are tough – good players and good teams. We will be concentrating on ourselves and trying to get things right for 90 minutes.”
Guildford have conceded 29 goals this season – more than any other club in the league.
The Surrey club were also eliminated from the FA Trophy on Saturday. Despite struggling in the Southern League this season – Guildford beat Taunton Town in their last game.
Captain Scott Arnold and Sam Griffins picked up knocks against Marlow and are unlikely to feature on Tuesday. Jamie Davidson is expected to return to the Magpies squad.
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Wimborne Town (from): Harvell, Arnold, Maybury, Wilson, Costello, Blake, Kemble, Hubbard, Davidson, Stokoe, Gamble, Webb, Brian, Griffin, Smith, Roast.