Tonbridge Angels manager Steve McKimm has said the club have managed to put together a squad of 16 players in the past couple of days.

This comes after the National League South club confirmed they have had to furlough the first-team squad as the uncertainty over the season and absence of further grant funding for clubs rumbles on.




Angels boss McKimm has tweeted this morning:

After the disappointing but correct decision and in the best interest of our club @tonbridgeangels to furlough our squad Saturday, the staff have worked hard to assemble a squad of 16 in two days to play @hemelfc this coming Saturday in the
@TheVanaramaNL #playingforfree


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