Assistant manager Danny Webb spoke with the media ahead of Tuesday night’s National League clash with Woking at the SMH Group Stadium.
He began by reflecting on the postponement of Saturday’s game at Barnet, saying: “It’s always disappointing to get a game called-off.
“We’d prepared really well and were looking forward to the game so it was really disappointing.
“There were over 1,000 supporters making the trip too so we were disappointed for them. You can’t help the conditions, though, it’s something out of our control.
“It’s frustrating but you can’t do anything about it. I guess Bromley dropping points was obviously a positive on Saturday as we were keeping an eye on that.”
Webb then previewed Woking and their threats. “They’re a really strong side,” he said.
“They have a new manager since we last played them and he’s a fantastic person.
“I’m sure he’ll be looking to change the style of the team and try and get the team to safety. They’ll be fighting for sure.
“They have some really good players, there’s no doubt about that. Lots of physicality and pace within the side.
“We’re the favourites and rightly so but it doesn’t mean it will be easy, we’re expecting a really tough game.
“They have a really good away record too, so we can’t take them lightly.”
Finally, Webb gave an update on the fitness of the squad. He said: “Ryheem Sheckleford is having stitches taken out today [Monday] so that might be a game too soon.
“We won’t know how that’s healed until the stitches are out so we’re waiting on that one. It was a big gash; it might be a game too soon.
“Miguel Freckleton and Ryan Colclough won’t be involved, they’re still out.
“Everyone else is okay and in good health. Training has been lively and we’re excited for the game.”
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