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Liam Daish considers making changes to Ebbsfleet United side to face Hayes & Yeading

Ebbsfleet manager Liam Daish
Ebbsfleet manager Liam Daish

Ebbsfleet face Hayes & Yeading again in the return at Woking on New Year’s Day and manager Liam Daish won’t rule out changing things again after shuffling his pack on Boxing Day.

He said: "That was the good thing on Monday, we had a few options on the bench if we wanted to do something different. Both teams know each other, we’ll have to wait and see what happens."

Fleet are looking to extend the loan of Charlton’s Yado Mambo until the end of the season and Daish plans to talk to Crystal Palace about loan striker Nathaniel Pinney.

He said: "Yado is on a youth loan which is totally different to a normal one and is really a work experience arrangement. We hope we can keep him. He is learning all the time and getting regular first team football which is the most important thing at his age.

"I would also like to keep Nathaniel and I will have to speak to Palace and see what the situation is."

Daish completes a two-match touchline ban at the weekend, imposed following a touchline bust-up with opposite number Steve Burr against Kidderminster a month ago.

The Fleet boss failed in an appeal to have the ban overturned.

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