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Boss expects Pool match to be on

Created on 10/12/2010 @ 11:06
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New Technogroup Welshpool Manager Chris Herbert thinks tomorrow’s Cymru Alliance game at Buckley will go ahead.
Herbert visited Buckley’s ground today and is hopeful that a further thaw will see the game given the go-ahead, allowing nine of his 10 new signings to go on display.
“I had a look at the Buckley pitch and I think that it will be on after a quick thaw out. But now I have a selection headache with all the new signings impressing in training.
“A few have played themselves in to the starting 11, which also proves that lads will need to be training week in week out or their place will come under fire, if someone performs well.”
Pool will be almost at full strength tomorrow, with new signings, Gary Pinch, James Hussaney, John Dowridge, Jack Pickering, Sean Kilgannon, Mike Sewtell, Robbie Dean, Matt Newton and Danny Davies all included in the squad and ready to make debuts.
The only absentee is Ilyer Haycock, who made a very impressive debut against Ruthin, three weeks ago.
“Hopefully next week I will have one last signing made before the visit of my old club, GAP Connahs Quay, apart from that we are virtually done,” said Herbert.
Guilsfield manager Russell Cadwallader is also hopeful of getting back into action with warmer weather likely to ensure the game at Penrhyncoch gets the nod.
Cadwallader will be forced to travel without his new assistant manager and influential midfielder Chris Roberts though. He is unavailabnle.
Berriew’s Spar Mid Wales League game at home to Carno will be a doubt with the pitch remaining frozen with Llanrhaeadr’s trip to Dolgellau doubtful along with Llansantffraid’s home game with Tywyn.
Waterloo aren’t hopeful their game with Builth will go ahead while Montgomery boss Clive McNamee reckons there is a good chance their match with Abermule will be on.
There will be no Montgomeryshire League fixtures and only the coastal game in the Emrys Morgan Cup involving Llanrhaeadr Reserves at Aberaeron seems in with a chance.

Picture: The Buckley ground earlier this week.

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