Maidstone United captain Steve Watt's return from suspension gives manager Jay Saunders food for thought
Captain Steve Watt may have to wait for a place in the Maidstone team.
The defender missed the first two games of the season through suspension but is available for the match at Hendon on Saturday.
Boss Jay Saunders is reluctant to leave out his skipper, but could stick with Jerrome Sobers and Graeme Andrews in central defence following Stones’ unbeaten start to the Ryman League Premier Division campaign.
Saunders said: “It’s hard to leave someone like Watty out but we’ll have to see how he is. He’s been away for a couple of weeks and it might be that he needs a couple of training sessions.
“Jerrome was a bit shaky against Wealdstone on Saturday but he was different class at Carshalton on Tuesday.
“Graeme’s been good in the first two games, so it would be tough to leave either of them out, too.
“It’s always tempting to start with Watty. We miss his organisation when he’s not playing and he’s a threat in both boxes.”
Stones have drawn Thamesmead at home in the second round of the Kent Senior Cup on a date to be arranged.
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