Manager Jamie Bradbury says tomorrow night’s Suffolk Premier Cup tie presents an opportunity for his Long Melford players to ‘get back on the horse’ after their heavy defeat on Saturday, writes Nick Garnham.
AFC Sudbury boss, Mark Morsley, could not believe that his side had not beaten hosts Haringey Borough, or a least forced a replay back at King’s Marsh, after Saturday’s FA Cup third qualifying round tie in North London.
AFC Sudbury manager, Mark Morsley, insists that his side have “nothing to lose” when they take on Haringey Borough away in the third qualifying round of the FA Cup in North London this afternoon (kick-off 3pm).
AFC Sudbury and Needham Market, if they come through tomorrow night’s second qualifying round replays, have been drawn away from home following this lunchtime’s draw for the third qualifying round of the FA Cup.
Following the 4-0 defeat at Bowers & Pitsea last weekend, a run of five home matches in succession in league and cup has given Felixstowe & Walton joint coaches Kevin O’Donnell and Ian Watson the opportunity to turn things round, get back to winning ways and establish themselves as a top half side, writes Barry Grossmith.
Brantham Athletic boss, Michael Brothers, is targeting another top-five finish in the Thurlow Nunn Eastern Counties Premier Division, ahead of the new season opener at Kirkley & Pakefield this afternoon.