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Basic eyes FC Halifax breakthrough

Friday, 10 November 2017

Youngster Marko Basic says it would mean everything to him if he could make the breakthrough into Halifax's first-team.

Tom Killick believes Poole Town frontman Marvin Brooks has the talent to play many roles – including that of a holding midfielder. However, the Dolphins boss admits he is likely to utilise the former Royal Navy serviceman as a number 10 behind main striker Warren Bentley.

Leamington boss Paul Holleran is hoping not to run into referee Thomas Kirk again this season after seeing at least four key decisions go against his side in their 2-0 home defeat to Boston United last Saturday.

Striker Mark Beck admitted that York City had pulled out of his proposed move to Bootham Crescent last month.

Paul Cox has warned his Guiseley players to forget about 'the bright lights' of the FA Cup ahead of their return to National League business at home to Bromley tomorrow.

Marcus Bignot says Chester FC may look to extend the loan deal for striker Offrande Zanzala.

Head coach Gary Owers may still be in the market for a striker, but he believes that his current Torquay United forwards are well capable of delivering goals, with Jamie Reid top of the list.

Ethan Moore has returned to Gloucester City after a two-month loan spell at Evesham United.

Dean Keates clearly has high standards as he cut the figure of a frustrated man despite his Wrexham side claiming all three points and local bragging rights following a 1-0 win over neighbours Chester on Wednesday night.

Banbury United boss Mike Ford is itching to get back on the training ground. That seems unlikely given his side's hectic November schedule but Ford knows there is much work to be done with his young players.

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