Castle hopes for Sulaiman deal

PUBLISHED: 12:29 03 July 2008 | UPDATED: 13:25 06 May 2010

GLIDE: Hassan Sulaiman glides past the Lewes backline to penetrate the Lewes penalty area

GLIDE: Hassan Sulaiman glides past the Lewes backline to penetrate the Lewes penalty area

ST Albans City kick off the new campaign in the Blue Square South with a home fixture against Havant & Waterlooville. Saints beat a Havant side containing former City star Gary Elphick at Clarence Park in March, a key win in the battle for survival last

ST Albans City kick off the new campaign in the Blue Square South with a home fixture against Havant & Waterlooville.

Saints beat a Havant side containing former City star Gary Elphick at Clarence Park in March, a key win in the battle for survival last term. The season starts on Saturday, August 9.

Blue Square South newcomers Worcester City will be the first club to welcome City as visitors on Monday, August 11.

Saints go to Dorchester Town on Saturday, August 16. Town escaped relegation despite finishing in the bottom three last term.

The City players returned for pre-season training at Oaklands College on Monday.

Castle has expressed his hope that winger Hassan Sulaiman will remain at the club for a second season while question marks still surround the future of Nigerian striker Akanni-Sunday Wasiu.

Defender Chris Seeby was present at training following his successful cruciate knee ligament operation in the Spring.

City have appointed Charlotte Gautry as the new club physio. She has experience with both Luton Town and Brimsdown Rovers.


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