Gillingham manager Justin Edinburgh praises chairman and is looking to push on for promotion after keeping his side intact in the transfer window
Catch up with the latest stories from around Kent including the sister of a murder victim speaks out, residents review the proposals for the possible new lower Thames connection crossings and Gillingham manager Justin Edinburgh is looking to push on for promotion after keeping his side intact in the transfer window
Gillingham manager Justin Edinburgh hopes to have striker Cody McDonald back before the end of the season, is pleased to have secured the services of Dominic Samuel for the rest of the campaign, and gives his view on the changing rules of the emergency loan system
Gills Boss Justin Edinburgh reflects on 50 games in charge of the side, discusses Bristol City's pursuit of Bradley Dack and gives an injury update ahead of Saturday's match against Peterborough.
With the January transfer window looming, Gillingham manager Justin Edinburgh hopes that there will be no departures by the time the window slams shut. But Edinburgh admits that it may be difficult to hold on to some of his players if a 'ridiculous' offer comes in.