Friday 17 April 2009

Thigh strains, migraine and late buses

Darren Ambrose will not be available for tomorrow's clash with the Seasiders as he picked up a thigh strain in the reserves' win against Reading mid-week. Although there are a few Ambrose devotees left, I doubt whether most of the Addickted will greet this news with regret, rather the opposite. Hopefully, he can rebuild what at one time looked like a promising career elsewhere next season.

Matt Spring will be available after he was ruled out of the Reading match by a migraine. I know migraines are not a joke, but I think this is the first time I have heard of a footballer being affected by one. Perhaps the thought of returning to lower level football triggered the attack. I do not expect him to be used tomorrow, but he could well be a regular next season if Bailey and Shelvey leave (and they are the assets likely to generate the most cash).

Leamington have announced that in connection with tomorrow's park 'n' ride service a special service will leave the New Windmill Ground at 7.30 p.m. to cater for celebrations should the club win the championship title tomorrow. By that time a few of the potential bus service users might themselves be suffering from migraines.

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