Wimborne Town expect tough challenge against managerless Didcot Town
WIMBORNE Town manager Steve Cuss is warning his side to be wary of mangerless Didcot Town as the Magpies return to Southern league action on Saturday.
Didcot are still looking for a permanent manager after the resignation of Andy Wallbridge – and Cuss believed the visitors to Cuthbury will be playing for the place in the Didcot team.
“I know their manager has resigned but I’m sure whoever is looking to be appointed will be watching the game” explained Cuss.
“I’m sure the players will want to impress him, so if anything they will have more to paly for and it should be a really tough game.”
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Questions still remain over the fitness of goalkeeper Jason Harvell – with Dan Ackerman likely to keep his spot in the line-up after an impressive display against Poole.
“He’s a really hard worker in training – he works exceptionally hard to improve his game” added Cuss.
“We’re not sure about Jason’s fitness. It will be touch and go on Saturday, but we’ve got no reasons to look to chance that at the moment.”
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