Adam Hinshelwood is set for discussions with his Worthing Football Club squad over the next couple of weeks with the current Bostik League Premier Division campaign drawing to a close.
Worthing, who secured their Premier Division status for another season courtesy of an Easter Monday win over Merstham, were edged out in a seven-goal thriller at play-off chasing Hendon on Saturday. After returning to the club as manager back in September, Hinshelwood has done a superb job in helping Worthing to safety this campaign.
The former Brighton & Hove Albion defender took charge of a team rooted to the foot of the table – without a win – and devoid of confidence. Remarkably, Hinshelwood has overseen all of Worthing’s 13 league victories this season as they ensured league status with four games to go.
A major squad revamp was undertaken by Hinshelwood and now Bostik League Premier Division status has been secured, he has one eye on next season. “I’ll be looking to sit down with every member of the squad over the next couple of weeks,” Hinshelwood said.
“I think it would have been wrong to sit down with any player before we were certain we’d be playing in this division again next season, now that is out of the way I’ve got a chance to try things and speak with individuals about next season.”
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