Jason Whitmore is planning a new training regime at Ashford United. The caretaker boss took his squad to the Park Club Gym in the town on Tuesday for the first of regular spinning sessions and plans to continue changing things at training on Thursday evening. He said: “I did it to help team spirit by getting the lads together and putting a smile on their faces. “We had an instructor and the boys worked hard.
Luke Eldridge is back at Ashford United – and caretaker-boss Jason Whitmore is delighted. The youngster earned a senior contract following an impressive pre-season 12 months ago but wasn’t involved this time having apparently become disenchanted with a lack of opportunities. Whitmore was the man who took Eldridge to Homelands from Dover and his appointment as head of the new management team in the wake of Danny Lye’s departure, triggered a phone call from Eldridge wanting to return.
John Embery was pleased to see Herne Bay get off the mark with two home wins in three days but says injuries are still hampering early season progress. Bay beat Ashford United 2-0 on Tuesday night to progress to the quarter-finals of the Kent Reliance Senior Cup and a home tie with Margate. Two days earlier they beat Combined Counties League Chessington & Hook United 2-1 in the FA Cup preliminary round. They now host Bostik South rivals Walton Casuals on Saturday week.
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