In stark contrast to his opposite number, Aldershot Town manager Danny Searle has reported he has “everyone available” as the head in to tonight’s National League fixture with injury-ravaged Yeovil Town.
The boss said his fully fit side would not be looking to avenge the 3-0 defeat his side suffered at Huish Park at the end of last year.
Speaking to the club’s official website, Searle said: “I don’t think that has any relevance to it, it was such a long time ago and so much has happened between now and then.
“We’re just focused on them coming (today) and not worried about what’s happened before because there’s nothing we can do about that.”
The boss also sent his condolences to the Glovers for the tragic loss of captain Lee Collins, and Searle noted that his side will face Yeovil during Mental Health Awareness Week.
The manager said: “It goes to who there are bigger things going on than what happens on the pitch.
“That doesn’t mean either side will not take this seriously, but it just makes you think about the perspective of this season.”
By the way, don’t forget, it’s a 7pm kick-off at The Recreation Ground.