12:00am, Wed 21st Jan 2009
David Taylor writes in Saturday?s matchday programme about the Club?s fight against relegation:
?I hope the situation is clear to you all. We need to move players out to get new players in. That is the position the Club is in and I can assure all of you that everything is being done behind the scenes to make that happen.?
?Phil is working extremely hard on this aspect of his job, although moving players on, who might not necessarily want to go, is difficult when they are under contract. The wages factor also becomes an issue when a player moves on loan and this can be a stumbling block.?
?It is imperative that we stay in the Blue Square Premier and, contrary to some opinion, we are not preparing the Club for relegation. Everybody connected with our Club wants to retain our current status and will fight hard to ensure that happens. Rebuilding in a lower league is not an option as far as I am concerned.?
Read the rest of David?s remarks in Saturday?s programme, along with other highlights, including:
? Phil Gilchrist?s assessment of Tuesday?s match and his thoughts on the next few league games
? a profile of Graham Baker, who talks about the Club?s booming youth set-up
? Lewis Hulatt?s profile of Goma Lambu
? Neil Bennett?s charting of the post-Coventry decline of the great Woking side of the 1996-97 season
? the start of a new KC Kat serial
Plus all the reports and previews, including David Holmes?s superb match photos. Only ?2.50.