Folkestone Invicta boss Neil Cugley happy with squad as play-off push gathers pace
Folkestone Invicta boss Neil
Cugley has shelved plans to make another signing as the
business end of the Ryman League Division 1 South season begins to
Cugley signed midfielder Matt
Newman from Chatham Town a fortnight ago and lodged a seven-day
approach for another player at the same time, looking to bolster
the numbers at Cheriton Road, ahead of a final push for the
He said: "I think I will stick with
what we have got now. The player I was tracking is versatile and I
might have a look at doing something with him in the summer."
Invicta stayed sixth after a 1-1
draw at Leatherhead on Wednesday night.
Phil Stevenson, back after
suspension, earned them a point a quarter of an hour from the
end, after former Margate man Tom Bradbrook put the
Surrey side ahead 14 minutes earlier.
Reflecting on the rest of the
season, Cugley said: "The stand-out fixture is the Easter Monday
local home derby against Hythe, a great looking game in front of a
big crowd which will help us financially as well.
"I know there are no easy matches
but we do seem to have the better-run-in than some of the sides
around us. All the other games are against teams in the bottom half
of the table."
Invicta are back in Surrey on
Saturday, to face Corinthian-Casuals.
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