Mansfield Town at full strength for visit of Tamworth
chad.co.uk, Monday 3 September 2012
APART from Ross Dyer, who is out for the season, Paul Cox could have the luxury of a fully fit squad at his disposal for tomorrow night's visit of Tamworth.
Gary Roberts is back from suspension while Andy Owens, Ryan Tafazolli and Ben Hutchinson are all expected to train today after injury.
Adam Murray was very stiff today after making his first appearance of the season on Saturday but should be fine to remain in the squad to face the Lambs, who have begin the season with three win and a draw in six games, but lost 2-1 at Braintree on Saturday.
“It will be another tough game,” said manager Cox. “But at least on Saturday we earned the right to go out and win it with our best first half performance of the season.
“We did have a wobbly second half and looked a bit anxious. We didn't pass the ball as we wanted to. But we are a work in progress now.”
Cox admitted there are likely to be more coming and goings next week when the loan window re-opens.
“Clubs are looking at their squads now and seeing what they've got, what they want and what they don't want, and we are no different,” he said. “There are likely to be ins and out here. We are still missing one or two ingredients and I will be spending the rest of the week watching games and looking at one or two players.”
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