It’s a busy Easter coming up for King’s Lynn Town with two important fixtures over the holiday weekend. On Saturday, Town are on the road with a visit to Stratford Town.
Whilst on Monday all eyes will be on the Walks as the Linnets host Kettering Town In the Southern Premier Divisions “Match Of The Day” with both teams jockeying for all important play off positions (both games have the usual 3pm kick offs).
Speaking to www.kltown.co.uk ahead of the weekend manager Ian Culverhouse confirmed he will be sticking to the old football adage of one game at a time.
“Very much so said Culverhouse. It’s something that I always insist upon and it’s something I have installed into the players although that has never been a problem for me here. When you start getting ahead of yourself and thinking further ahead than you should be your problems begin.
“I know our supporters are looking at Monday and good for them but for me it’s Startford that are getting my initial attention. Then on Saturday evening on the coach home we will have a chat and think about Monday.
“A few people may have expected Basingstoke on Tuesday to roll over, I didn’t and they didn’t, We had to work extremely hard to achieve the win.
“Startford will be the same, lot’s of hard work and graft and wanting to prove a point in front of their own supporters. We then have a very short recovery time and then it’s Monday and Kettering at our place. I’m hoping our people turn out in good force and come and back us with some noise and support.
“They are a good side and that’s why they are in the position they are in the table. One thing I and all my players relish is a challenge and Kettering will be a challenge. However they will be thinking the same as we are, It should make for a good game’.
Lynn reserves host Debenham on Saturday (3pm) in the Thurlow Nunn League, Division one.