Although Shaun Derry is planning to switch his side around for Cambridge United’s Checkatrade Trophy opener at Northampton Town tonight(August 29), he wants to be given food for thought by those who play. Derry made five alterations to the side that beat Crawley 1-0 in Sky Bet League Two last weekend for Saturday’s goalless draw at home to Morecambe. And he is again likely to tinker with his options when United face the Cobblers in their first Southern Group H encounter.
Shaun Derry was delighted with how his Cambridge United side stepped up to the mark despite being held to a goalless draw at home by Morecambe. Despite the loss of Luke Berry following his move to Luton yesterday, United put in a dominant display that only lacked a goal. But Derry was thrilled with how his team performed after making five changes from the team that beat Crawley 1-0 last Saturday. He said: “I thought the performance was fantastic.
Luton have emerged as the likely destination for Cambridge United midfielder Luke Berry following his written transfer request. Shaun Derry revealed at his pre-match press call that Berry had declared his wish to leave United and that he did not train with the squad yesterday (August 24) meaning he would not be involved in the Sky Bet League Two home encounter with Morecambe tomorrow (August 26).
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