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Tonbridge Angels expected to have a reduced playing budget in Blue Square South next season

By Alex Hoad

Tonbridge manager Tommy Warrilow already knows he will be working with a reduced budget next season.

However, the Angels boss (pictured) is refusing to allow that fact to diminish any of his satisfaction at Angels’ highly-creditable first campaign in Blue Square Bet South.

Victory at Boreham Wood on Saturday will secure an eighth-place finish and Warrilow believes his side have built a strong platform for next season, even though he will have less money to play with.

He said: "I have had a chat with (chairman) Steve Churcher and we are going to have to reduce the budget a little bit next season.

"We’ve found out a few things this year cost-wise which were new to us, and I said to Steve I would rather he gave me a figure which we can sustain for 38 weeks rather than one that we can’t."

Midfielder Lee Browning is suspended for the trip to Boreham Wood, who need a point from tomorrow’s game to clinch eighth place at Angels’ expense.

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