FC Halifax Town caretaker manager Neil Young says he needs to bring in reinforcements and is working hard to do so.
Young had two irons in the fire last week that didn’t come to fruition, but admits he is short on numbers.
“We tried to get one or two in last week but one injured his medial ligament when we went for him, so he’s out for 10 or 12 weeks,” Young lamented. “I went to watch another lad on Friday and he wasn’t playing.
“But we’re active, we’re working hard. We’re going to need players, with Josh Wilde out and possibly Scott McManus too.
“I’ve not seen the young lads play yet and I’ll hopefully do that this week. If Macca is out we’ll only have 16 fit players so we do need a bit of help.
“But we’ll let me worry about that over the next few days.”
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