Folkestone Invicta boss Neil Cugley says Johan Ter Horst will learn from mistake
Folkestone Invicta boss
Neil Cugley has defended young striker Johan Ter Horst after his
mistake which led to Maidstone’s first goal in a 2-2 draw between
the sides at the Gallagher Stadium on Tuesday
Ter Horst lost the ball on
the halfway line in the build-up to Ade Olorunda putting the Stones
Cugley said: "The boy was a
bit down in the dressing room after the game, but I told him
he is playing Saturday, don’t worry about it.
"It is all about him learning
for next year and he will come back stronger, I am sure. In an
ideal world, you would try and rest somebody like him, who is only
17, for a couple of games.
"We’ll keep playing him,
because that is the way he will learn. He is a good player and if
he gets a chance, he’ll put it in."
Striker Richard Atkins is
unavailable for the home game against Ramsgate on Saturday while
defender Phil Stevenson completes a three-match ban. Invicta travel
to Leatherhead next Wednesday.
Cugley said: "Being without
Richard means I will to have to work out what sort of formation we
play. We went with 4-3-3 on Tuesday but it’s something I will have
to think on.
"We are looking to go out and enjoy every game we play and
if we do get to the play-offs it will be a bonus, considering what
we have been through this
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