City aim to end Bromley’s perfect start

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STILL looking for their first win of the season the last place St Albans City want to be heading to is Bromley but that is the prospect that faces them this Saturday.

The Saints head to Hayes Lane to take on Mark Goldberg’s side who have won all seven of their league games so far this season.

Not even the August Blue Square Bet South Manger of the Month award, so often said to be cursed, could disrupt the Lilywhites from their perfect start to the season.

Saints head into the game with injury concerns regarding Rob Magwood. The young midfielder went over on his ankle during training and is unlikely to be fit for Saturday’s game although there is better news regarding Ross Dedman, as he continued his return from injury in Wednesday evening’s FA Youth Cup game.


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Bromley’s frontline will again be lead by former Saint Warren McBean who returned to Hayes Lane after spending the summer on trial with Football League newboys Stevenage. The 24-year-old is the table toppers’ leading goalscorer with four so far this season.

Despite his side’s excellent start to the new campaign, Goldberg insists his players won’t get carried away.

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“I’m delighted obviously that we’ve got seven wins on the trot. But we won’t get carried away - next we play St Albans at home,” the Bromley boss told BBC Radio Kent.

“I believe they’ve struggled so far this season and we just don’t want to be the first team that they get their win against.

“We’re going to keep our feet firmly on the ground, work hard this week in training and take every game as it comes.”

For those of you who are unable to make it to Hayes Lane on Saturday. You can keep up with all the action via CITYLIVE. Coverage gets underway at around 2.30pm.

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