King’s Lynn Town chairman Stephen Cleeve was interviewed for the latest edition of The Pink Un magazine. Ahead of the Linnets starting their Southern Premier Division campaign at home to Gosport today, here is the first part of that article.
With Norwich City spending the international break in limbo, and no that isn’t an exotic location for a warm weather training camp, it feels like it’s all been said about how much sport a sporting director might be directing and whether a head coach is the right way ahead for the Canaries.
King’s Lynn Town are yet to taste defeat since manager Gary Setchell refreshed his coaching team and they will be hoping that continues ahead of their “massive” FA Trophy tie at Gateshead this afternoon.
The Linnets will look to end a frustrating month on a high when they travel to Stourbridge in first round qualifying of the FA Trophy (3pm) – but have been handed a double injury blow ahead of the trip.
King’s Lynn Town boss Gary Setchell has indicated he is on the lookout for some experienced heads in the summer to complement his array of locally-based talent following Saturday’s defeat to Slough Town.
When asked his thoughts in the build-up to this third qualifying round tie, King’s Lynn Town manager Gary Setchell felt a moment of magic or an awful mistake would ultimately determine the victors, writes Mark Hearle.
King’s Lynn Town boss Gary Setchell admits that a very busy summer lays ahead of him as the Linnets fell to defeat in their final Evo-Stik Premier Division away fixture of the season, writes Mark Hearle.