Fey left frustrated at postponements

Bridgwater Mercury: RICHARD Fey RICHARD Fey

BRIDGWATER Town manager Richard Fey has expressed his frustration at the spell of wet weather that has left his side without a game for almost seven weeks.

The Robins' game against Shortwood United was called off on Saturday due to a waterlogged pitch and tonight's local derby with Clevedon Town has also been postponed after the weekend's rain left the Fairfax Park pitch unplayable.

Fey said: “It's frustrating because this weather has been going on now for six weeks. We're not the only club to have postponements and its going to be back to playing consecutive mid-week games again, like we had in the first half of the season.

“We're half way through our fixtures and it's come at a bad time for us, without playing this long, as we were on a good run.

“The boys are still working hard in training and can't wait to get back out there.”

 

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12:57pm Thu 6 Feb 14

Paul SJ Mercieca says...

Sort the drainage out then - all previous managers have had to put up with it. Or will this be used as an excuse?
Sort the drainage out then - all previous managers have had to put up with it. Or will this be used as an excuse? Paul SJ Mercieca
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