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Cadwallader’s goalkeeping SOS

Created on 12/08/2010 @ 14:24
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Berriew manager Russell Cadwallader is being forced to come out of retirement this weekend to answer his own SOS call for a goalkeeper.
The former Welshpool and Caersws stopper has been searching for a goalkeeper all summer after Lee Andrew’s decision to join his brother, Steve, who is co-manager at Llanfair.
But his search has been fruitless, resulting in the 42 year-old being forced to step out of the tracksuit for this weekend’s opener against Builth Wells at home.
“I must admit it has not been a great pre-season,” he said. “We have come down to the Mid Wales League and have lost a few players which was not a surprise.
“But filling the goalkeeper spot has not been easy because there just doesn’t seem to be any good goalkeepers about.”
But before his opposition feels there is an advantage to be gained this weekend, they should refer to Cadwallader’s last run between the sticks.

“I had to step in when I lost a goalkeeper two seasons back but we won 10 on the trot and drew one, conceding just two goals!”

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