Chorley are preparing to get back to winning ways tomorrow with the trip to Lincolnshire to face Boston United.
York Street, the scene of our famous play-off semi-final success, will be familiar surroundings to many of the current squad and so should hold no fears for the team as we look to put the midweek defeat at Halifax Town behind us.
Boston boast a new signing in former Crawley Town, Fleetwood Town and Southport striker Richard Brodie who joined this week from York City.
Boston are also under new management. Following the departure of Dennis Greene, experience midfield and former Mansfield Town manager Adam Murray had taken charge of The Pilgrims.
Following Tuesday’s match we have no new injuries or suspensions to report but after missing out on several transfer targets this week we are set to name an unchanged stating eleven though there may be changes on the bench.
In the past week we have narrowly missed out on several transfer target’s as manager Matt Jansen looks to strengthen the squad.
The club has made enquires for several players, including three strikers from National League clubs. Unfortunately, two had already agreed terms with other clubs while the other has, for the time being, opted to remain with his current club and fight for his place.
Janny’s phone has been red-hot all week as we search for reinforcements and we have served several 7-days’ notices of approach for players and will continue to leave no stone unturned in the search for qualify additions to the squad.