Article by Johnnie Lowery
I don’t think there’s really too much to say about the Halifax game that hasn’t already been said – it certainly wasn’t a classic, but a point is not a disastrous result against the side top of the table.
Should we get the win at Maidstone on Tuesday then you’d say 4 points is a good return from those two fixtures.
Right now I’m very much looking forward to travelling up to Scotland for the Irn-Bru Cup game, even though it’s on a ten hour long coach journey!
It will be nice to do something a bit new, and I’m sure it will be a great weekend for all our fans travelling up there.
I imagine the team might be rotated slightly but it should still be strong and all signs point to a very close game taking place north of the border.
There could be opportunities for the likes of Wayne Brown and Jonah Ayunga to prove themselves, and establish themselves as first team regulars should they take their chance.
We don’t really have a first choice starting 11 at the moment, which is understandable given the strength in depth we have.
Midfield looks like the strongest area, and I don’t think I’d be alone in saying Kenny Davis has looked our best player this season.
With the likes of Beautyman and Taylor only on the bench on Saturday you can see just why it is so hard to mark out what your strongest first eleven would be.