Town Hoping For Good Vibrations

Our postponed fixture at Concord Rangers takes place tonight (koff 7.45) at the start of  gruelling period of five games in 11 days.

Having fielded a second-string side in the Fenix Trophy on Tuesday, Gavin Macpherson can once again call on his leading players for the visit to the Beach Boys but with one eye very much on Margate on Saturday as we bid to negotiate two games in 48 hours.

We are on a decent run, unbeaten in six, and tucked nicely in fourth place ready for the run-in.

But Kingstonian’s win over Dulwich Hamlet yesterday shows just how tight this league is and with Concord fighting for their lives, nothing is a given despite them having lost their last five – including two days ago when beaten by Potters Bar.

“Llantwit Major was somewhat of a no-brainer in terms of personnel but the difficult bit was always going to be how to manage today and Saturday,” said Gavin.

“When you look at this league top to bottom as a collective of teams, it doesn’t matter who you’re playing, you have to be on your game.”

“We’ve got four successive away games which is a hell of a schedule. It could make our season if we can come through it with the points required.”