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7 February 2022

Kevin Maher feels Tuesday night’s game against Bromley could be one of his toughest squad selections as Blues Head Coach so far.

Harrison Neal is back available after serving his two-game suspension for accumulating 10 yellow cards, while Harry Cardwell has also trained following a head injury suffered against Dover.

Maher said: "It’s a good thing to have. When you look around at the bench and even the ones that don’t make the squad, because you can only have five on it unfortunately, they’ll be disappointed.

"But you do look and feel like we’re stronger right throughout the squad.

"There’s a decent squad beginning to form and competition for places is always good.

"As long as it’s healthy and the standard has to go up.

"You know when you go out on the pitch if you don’t perform there’s somebody waiting in the wings to take your place.

"I think that bodes well.”

Maher could have Cardwell and Jack Bridge available, the latter who has been missing since November.

"Harry’s trained at the weekend and trained today so he comes back into contention along with the other forwards.

"Bridgey has trained which is good to see. He’s had another good week of training so that’s important for us."

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