The team because clearly 90% of them are out of their depth and the manager because he's in a no win situation of being told by the board to achieve the highest place possible in the league but to do it with both arms tied behind his back and accept it. When it gets too bad, and it will, then Steve burr will be the one forced to fall on his sword and not the board that have inflicted this rubbish onto us.
We could be without Tom Sharpe for the game against Tamworth tomorrow after he was taken off following a bang to the head when he collided with Michael Briscoe when going for the same ball. Mark Albrighton and Callum Gittings could also both return from injury.
Tamworth will be coming to Aggborough on the back of a superb 3-1 home win against strongly fancied Luton Town and also on the back of their good form since the start of the season. An opening day win against Eastbourne set them up nicely for shared points against Newport and Cambridge Utd with a single defeat coming at AFC Wimbledon.
They'll also be bringing with them some former Harriers, just like we have some former Tamworth players in Michael Briscoe, Tom Shaw and Nick Wright. Michael Blackwood, Michael Wylde and Neil Mackenzie have all played for us before and they'll be eager to put one over us just as, I hope, our ex Tamworth men do against their former club.
Tamworth will be unchanged for the game tomorrow and on current form they look to be favourites for the three points.
Lewis, Stevens, Vaughan, Mike Williams, Sharpe, Albrighton, Griffiths, Verma, Byrne, Shaw, Briscoe, McPhee, Briggs, Hankin, Morris, Wright, Blair, Gittings, Hadley, Marc Williams.
Belford, Fankem, Tait, Blackwood, Wylde, Mackenzie, Nicholson, Rodman, Sheridan, Lyttle, Bradley, Mitchell, Bruce, Thomas, Mills, Smith, Murdock, Apps, Perry, Barrow, Lake-Gaskin, Looker.
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