PSV aim to return home

PUBLISHED: 09:50 15 January 2009 | UPDATED: 13:51 06 May 2010

PARK STREET Village are hoping to return to Park Street next season after an absence of three years. Manager Ryan Thompson revealed that the club is set to return to its home but major upgrades are needed before they can make the move. We ll hopefully b

PARK STREET Village are hoping to return to Park Street next season after an absence of three years.

Manager Ryan Thompson revealed that the club is set to return to its' home but major upgrades are needed before they can make the move. "We'll hopefully be back to Park Street next year. We'll keep Toulmin Drive, for the end of the season when the cricket is on, and our third team will play there. We've just got to put barriers around the pitch and get the dugouts across and then we can return to Park Street for the first time in three years. We've agreed with the parish council to put up the barriers before and take them down after every game which is a lot of work but we've got a band of people who are willing to help out."

PSV are looking to progress in the Herts Senior Centenary Cup when they travel to Evergreen on Saturday. The game, which was originally scheduled for last weekend, is the first of three quarter finals for PSV and Thompson is eagerly anticipating the fixture. "Saturday is a big one for us. Evergreen are a decent side with some good youngsters."

PSV's injuries appear to be clearing up with Thompson still looking at adding to his ranks. "We've got Peter Hanson back after eight weeks out injured, Tommy Burns is back from his knee injury and Matty Day is back after his seven week suspension.

"We've signed Ricky Tahon. He's a good young player who I've been after for a few years. He'll be really good for us in the centre of the park and he gives me another option. There are still a couple of youngsters out there that we're interested in and there's a few phone numbers floating around. There's a few youngsters who have passed their age limit and are now playing Mid Herts County football but can play at a higher level."

If anybody would like to help the club with the cost of upgrading the Park Street venue they should contact manager Ryan Thompson on 07790 305516.


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