Published: 08:00, 26 April 2012 |
Updated: 09:43, 10 January 2014
Ebbsfleet United manager Liam Daish admits he will be relieved when the final whistle is blown on the Blue Square Bet Premier season on Saturday afternoon.
A win against Lincoln in their 1pm kick-off at Stonebridge Road could see them finish 13th.
Daish (pictured) said: "I will be glad when it’s over. The last month has been very difficult, just getting teams out, and a lot of it has been done on goodwill, with players playing when they needed a rest.
"We have got ourselves over the line and I can’t stress how important that it is."
Keeper Lance Cronin could return after a groin injury, while striker Nathaniel Pinney may also be available after having fluid removed from his thigh. Skipper Paul Lorraine completes his three-match ban after being sent off against AFC Telford.
Daish said: "It will be nice to finish the season with a win, which will cap a decent season on the pitch.
"The finances haven’t made things any easier, and injuries haven’t helped, we have had a lot of players with operations, making things really difficult.
"We have to learn from it and make sure we don’t find ourselves in the same situation."
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