Ipswich Town will move quickly to try and land Paul Hurst as their next manager following Shrewsbury Town’s League One Play-Off Final defeat yesterday. STUART WATSON looks at some of his transfer success stories.
Colchester United boss, John McGreal, has had big decisions to make, especially in terms of his three-man central defence, central midfield and attack, ahead of today’s 560-mile round trip to Accrington.
Braintree Town will have to improve beyond recognition, from Tuesday night’s home flop at the hands of Woking, if they are to take any reward from tomorrow’s tough trip to title-chasing Tranmere Rovers.
Braintree Town will virtually guarantee their National League status, into a seventh season, if they can complete quickfire back-to-back home victories tomorrow evening, against struggling Woking (kick-off 7.45pm).
The Iron’s diminutive midfield Sam Corne proved the match winner, scoring two goals to give the home side a comfortable win but manager Hakan Heyrettin admitted afterwards the 20-year-old’s name was not on the original teamsheet.
AFC Sudbury will host Gosport Borough in the First Round of the FA Trophy, while Leiston will travel to National League Premier side Bromley, provided they defeat Eastbourne Borough in tomorrow night’s replay.