STRATFORD Town manager Carl Adams faces a selection poser as his side look to resume their Calor Southern League Division One South & West campaign on Saturday.
Adams takes his football-starved squad to Didcot Town, after seeing their last three games postponed because of the recent heavy rainfall across the region.
After last Saturday’s home game against Wimborne Town became the latest weather casualty, the Town boss gave his side the day off following two tough training sessions the previous week.
They followed that with another intensive workout at Tuesday night’s training session, which saw a fully fit squad involved.
Their last competitive action was an outstanding 4-0 victory at play-off hopefuls North Leigh on 28th December 2013.
And Adams will have that game in mind when he decides on the line-up for Saturday’s game. “I think that this is the first time this season that we will have everybody fit so we will be at full strength,” he said.
“If I was to pick a team from the players available now it probably wouldn’t be the one that started at North Leigh.
“I haven’t decided yet but I will probably stay loyal to that team simply because they were absolutely brilliant on the day. It that happens what it will mean is that we will have a really strong bench — something that we haven’t had for about seven or eight weeks because of injuries and suspensions.”
For the full story see Thursday’s Stratford Herald.
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