Thursday, 3 May 2012
City at least able to field a five a side team.
The club have announced that Alan Power, Sam Smith and Bradley Barraclough have signed re engagement forms for next season so City can at least boast a five a side team plus subs.
Today’s Lincolnshire Echo focuses on the future of much travelled Jefferson Louis, speculating that the Imps might not have the wherewithal to fend off interest from Woking.
Personally I’m fascinated to know what the future holds for Kyle Perry. The big frontman was farmed out on loan but returned to not exactly universal acclaim where he duly scored the obligatory goal against the Imps. The difference this time was that the player was, is still contracted to City. It’s assumed that David Holdsworth is not amongst Perry’s admirers although I have to say I thought he was outstanding when playing for Telford at Sincil Bank.
The problem for Perry is that if he can only put in a full shift when playing against his employers he’s not much use to us and no doubt his future is away from Sincil Bank. He’s still contracted though and one would presume the club are not in a mood to use up scarce resources paying him off so unless someone comes in for him he will remain a problem for the manager to resolve. Perhaps that will involve another loan. I can’t believe that City are that well off for striking talent that we can afford to have him sitting in the stands but then what do I know?