It would surprise nobody if Reece Styche scores on Saturday when the charismatic striker plays for Alfreton against Darlington, the team he did so well for in his year at Blackwell Meadows, The Northern Echo report.

While manager Tommy Wright believes his players should concentrate on their own game rather attempting to negate their former team-mate, ex fans’ favourites seemingly inevitably score in matches against their old clubs.

“We’re causing teams problems, so if we focus on one player we could end up getting stung, we just need to concentrate on ourselves,” said Wright, whose team have won three of their last four games.

“Reece will be determined, of course he will, he will want to prove a point there’s no doubt about that, and he will be well up for it.

“I had fruitful spells against my old clubs, and it’s not a given that he will score, but I wouldn’t mind if he did as long as we win.”

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