Manager Ian Culverhouse will not be underestimating Coleshill Town when they visit The Walks on Saturday September 2nd in the 1st Qualifying round of this season’s FA Cup competition.
Speaking to www.kltown.co.uk Culverhouse said "I’m just happy to get a home draw, I have to be honest and say at the moment I know nothing about them but that will change over the next couple of weeks. They have had some good results to get this far already and I can imagine they will be well up for the challenge when they come up here next week.
I can guarantee everyone now there will be no complacency from myself or the team – they will have the full respect they deserve’.
Culverhouse was also able to update supporters on the injuries collected by Michael Gash at Bishop’s Stortford last Tuesday and Ryan Fryatt in Saturday’s 2 – 0 win at Dorchester. "
Both have ankle knocks said the boss, Michael wasn’t considered for Saturday and I had to withdraw Ryan at half time at the weekend.
Thankfully we have a clear week ahead, apart from training, and hopefully with rest and some treatment I am confident both could be available for the busy bank holiday weekend, At this point neither look too serious which is very good news for them, the club and the supporters.