Jersey Bulls boss Freeman hopes heroes return

Jake Prince is on the Jersey Bulls’ Team of the Day for Sunday’s FA Vase game in Springfield, after scoring for the club in the FA Cup earlier in the week Photo: ESA PHOTOS

The club’s cup adventures continue with Crowborough Athletic’s visit to the FA Vase second qualifying round (kick-off 3 p.m.) – a tournament for teams from ninth level and under, with its final contested at Wembley.

Freeman is without forward Fraser Barlow as he competes for St Clement’s Golf Club in the Hampshire Sevens final, but he was spurred on by the news that Sol Solomon returned from Liverpool to play the game. The manager has also confirmed that his star man will be back for the FA Cup game against Chertsey Town next week.

The Bulls play two games in three days with a league trip to Horley Town on Tuesday night, but Freeman is confident his team can handle the workload.

“It’s a tough request, but we’re fortunate to have a good team of players with the right attitude who keep themselves in shape,” he said.

“It looks like we say it’s the biggest game in club history every week right now, but every game is a tough game.

“There was a lot of excitement at home after what the players did in the FA Cup. The fans can watch the games on TV and now they have the chance to see them in the flesh again, so I hope they show up for us and make the boys feel welcome.

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