Beleaguered boss Craig Harrison has been given even further headaches after Lewis Hawkins joined the growing list of Hartlepool United absentees. The midfielder made a battling return to the Pools starting XI at Workington in the FA Trophy on Saturday, only to be sent off in stoppage time. Hawkins has been handed a one-match ban and will sit out Saturday’s crucial National League home match with Maidenhead United.
Craig Harrison has vowed to battle on as Hartlepool United manager, starting today at the club's training ground. The Pools squad were back in work this morning at the Racecourse in the aftermath of the FA Trophy elimination at Workington yesterday. Workington, two divisions below Pools, caused one of the upsets of the first round (Harrogate Town won 2-0 at Wrexham in the other) when Scott Allison struck an excellent 82nd-minute winner at Borough Park.
Tomi Adeloye today made his first Hartlepool United start for this afternoon’s FA Trophy first round tie at Workington. The striker's elevation to the starting XI was one of four Pools changes to his starting XI. Craig Harrison was without Carl Magnay (ill) and Michael Ledger (groin) while Kenton Richardson (broken nose) was also ruled out. Scott Harrison returned to the team, partnering Louis Laing at centre-back, with Liam Donnelly switched to right-baxck and Blair Adams starting at left back.
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