FA Cup selection headache for Gainsborough Trinity boss Steve Housham
Steve Housham could be left scratching his head when it comes to team selection on Saturday.
The Gainsborough Trinity boss will be attempting to put out the strongest side possible for the tough-looking FA Cup clash against Rushall Olympic at the Northolme.
Housham has been working hard this week to extend the loan spells of some of his players, with mixed success.
While he is confident Lincoln City striker Conner Robinson will be staying at the club for another month, the youngster will not be available for the FA Cup clash.
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Meanwhile, Sheffield Wednesday youngster Taylor McKenzie will be available should Housham decide to start with the 19-year-old.
“We are a bit down to the bare bones on Saturday, but we were last weekend and came through with all three points,” said Housham.
Meanwhile Rhys Oates, on loan from Barnsley, is also unavailable and left-sided forward Dan Clayton is cup tied.
However, on the plus side, Housham was delighted to see his assistant manager Darryn Stamp back amongst the goals last week, after scoring the winner at Leamington.
The Trinity boss also has the option of Bradley Barraclough up front or Mark Jones who is believed to be recovered from his ankle injury.
“We gave Darryn Stamp and Bradley Barraclough a run out on Monday and both came through, so we should be okay up front. We also have Mark Jones who should be fine after tweaking his ankle.
“It was great to see Stampy back. He has been chomping at the bit to return and he scored a great goal on his birthday.”