Ebbsfleet manager Liam Daish hoping for an end to cold snap so crucial clash at Hyde can go ahead
Ebbsfleet are eager for the snow and ice to subside as they
look to dig themselves out of trouble at the bottom of Blue Square
While the Fleet were left kicking their heels last weekend,
results elsewhere saw them drop to the foot of the table for the
first time this season.
Tuesday’s trip to Cambridge suffered the same fate as Saturday’s
scheduled home game against Tamworth, with both fixtures frozen
Now seven points from safety and without a win in seven league
outings, Ebbsfleet are due to visit Hyde this weekend. But a thaw
is needed in Greater Manchester if the north Kent side are to start
chipping away at the deficit to the clubs above them.
"It’s a big game for us," said Fleet manager Liam Daish,
pictured. "Hopefully the game will be on.
"We need to get off the bottom. That’s where we are, it’s a
stark fact but while we’re not playing games, we can’t do anything
Daish has endured another frustrating week in his hunt for new
signings but he confirmed midfielder Ram Marwa is nearing a return
from a knee injury after just five appearances this term.
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