Wednesday, 17 September 2008


FootballHeads face ATFC tonight in Rayleigh with just a draw needed to clinch the title but with one of their most famous player nowhere in sight.

Ross Webster has apparently not confirmed he will be travelling to Sweyne Park with his team-mates, but neither did he appear on the club medical department's list of injured players. He may miss his first League game... and just when his manager needs him most.

Webster has not contacted Pannell or the team since last weeks drubbing of Spatan 7.

The club's leading scorer, Ricky Gill, admitted: "I would like Ross to play. We have to fight for what is left and then when the season is over we will make decisions. We are all playing for our futures and for the league title."

A reaction is expected from FootballHeads players. There was a heated discussion in their final training session before last weeks victory and utility man Ross Webster was among several players understood not to have held back from voicing his opinion of recent performances.

FootballHeads have only lost one game this season and need a single point to secure the league title.

Goalkeeper Ben Robbins has warned against throwing caution to the wind against the opposition ATFC in an effort to make up for apparent loss of Webster. "It is important to remember that there is still a chance we could lose out on the title and we have to pick up a good result," he said.

We will bring you more updates as they break...

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