Oliver Ash feels anything is possible in Maidstone’s 3G fight. The Football League aren’t due to vote on the use of artificial pitches until their annual meeting in June. In theory that rules out the possibility of promotion for United and fellow 3G clubs Sutton and Bromley this season, unless they switch to grass. Stones are highly unlikely to go down that route but co-owner Mr Ash still believes there could be some movement on 3G in Leagues 1 and 2 before June. He said: “Nothing’s impossible.
Maidstone are happy to be back on the road - even though they’re about to face the biggest club in the National League. United are off to Prenton Park on Saturday to play a Tranmere Rovers side who are working their way up the table. The Stones have won their last seven away games in league and cup while struggling at the Gallagher, losing 4-0 to Boreham Wood on Tuesday night.
Tonbridge are asking fans to donate £1 a week to boost boss Steve McKimm’s budget. Angels relaunched their 12th Man Fund before Tuesday night’s 2-1 home win over Thurrock. McKimm and his coaching team have all signed up as Angels look to raise funds to strengthen their squad. McKimm said: “By donating £1 you don’t get in trouble with the missus when she looks through your bank account. If we’d made it a tenner and she sees £40 a month going out, she’ll be thinking that could have paid for a meal.
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Selecting a term
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