William Bor – to start with AFC Wimbledon’s 1st Team Jan 31st 2012


News of former Canbury student William Bor – he gets a first team call up this week! CONGRATULATIONS Will…

Monday 30 January 2012
club news
Surrey Senior Cup preview

With a week’s gap between games Terry Brown is giving a group of senior players an outing in the Surrey Senior Cup against Corinthian-Casuals on Tuesday night, as he explained after training today.

“We have a very strong team for the Surrey Senior Cup game at Corinthian-Casuals on Tuesday night. The defence is Jack Turner, Sam Hatton, Fraser Franks, Callum McNaughton and Chris Bush. This experienced defence will allow some of Marcus Gayle’s youngsters to express themselves in midfield, with Frankie Merrifield, Huw Johnson, William Bor and Jake Rose all starting, while up front we have Christian Jolley and Louie Theopanous.

“There are more promising young players on the bench, with Yannick Nlate, Dawayne Campbell, Ade Osifuwa, Bobby Connelly, and Louie Sproson all hoping to get some game time. The team has a nice balance and I am looking forward to seeing how our young players shape up on the night.

“At training today, Luke Moore was unable to take part, having damaged his medial ligaments on Saturday – he will be having a scan within the next couple of days. Also missing today was Jason Euell who went to Charlton to take advantage of their anti-gravity treadmill, something Mike Rayner has not yet added to the array of equipment he uses. No doubt he will be pestering us for one now!

“Jason’s results were very positive. He will receive more treatment over the next couple of days and we are hopeful that he will return to training with our first team on Thursday of this week. Meanwhile, Kieran Djilali is still working under the guidance of Mike Rayner and we are hopeful he will be able to resume full training from next Monday.

“As far as our other players are concerned, Brett Johnson, Lee Minshull, Reece Jones and Brendan Kiernan all played successfully for their respective loan clubs at the weekend with good reports coming back on all four players.”

Tuesday night’s game at Corinthian-Casuals kicks off at 7.45 pm and admission is £8 for adults, with concessions and under 16s £4.

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