10 November 2012

Truro have 'nothing to lose' in their FA Trophy tie with Farnborough

Source BBC Sport

Truro City boss Lee Hodges says his side have "nothing to lose" in their FA Trophy clash with Farnborough.
City travel to Cherrywood Road buoyed by striker Andy Watkins' decision not to leave the cash-strapped club.

Truro go into the game after an up and down week; they ended a run of three successive defeats with a win over AFC Hornchurch, but it was revealed the club owes almost £4m to creditors.

"We'll be looking forward to it we've got nothing to lose," Hodges said.

"I have positive thoughts off the back of a good win last Saturday.

"We had a run of three games without a win, but played some good stuff within that run.

"We've got to enjoy it and see what we can come up with on the day and see if we can go through to the next round of the cup."

City will be without goalkeeper Tim Sandercombe who was injured last weekend and long-term casualties Stewart Yetton and Martin Watts.

Truro were beaten beaten 4-1 by Farnborough two weeks ago, and Hodges says his side know what to expect.

"I learnt that they had some good individual players in their team, but I also felt there were places in their team where we'll be able to get at them.

"We have got goals in us, they've got a good forward line and a lot of pace and power about them which is their best asset I feel."

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