Folkestone Invicta boss Neil Cugley ready for life after top-scorer Stuart King
Neil Cugley enjoys a challenge
and replacing prolific striker Stuart King will be exactly
The Folkestone Invicta boss saw the
former Herne Bay striker join Ryman League, Division 1 South rivals
Maidstone United for an undisclosed fee late last week and lay on
both goals in a 2-0 debut win against his home town side.
Cugley believes King, who netted 44
goals in 48 games, can go on and play even higher and plans to give
ex-strike partner Richard Atkins and teenage prospect Johan Ter
Horst the chance to try and fill the void he leaves.
Atkins netted his fifth goal in
nine games in the 1-1 draw against Burgess Hill and youth team top
scorer Ter Horst is set to partner him against improving visitors
Tooting and Mitcham on Saturday.
He said: "Richard has done well and
I would have been more disappointed if he was the one to leave. He
leads the line well and I want him to continue to improve his
"We have looked at Johan in
training and he has done well. He has got a good touch and would
have played last week but was unavailable. He will be
involved on Saturday ."
Invicta have re-arranged two games. They travel to Leatherhead
on Tuesday, December 18, with the trip to Maidstone on Tuesday,
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