Tomorrow’s game will go ahead in the memory of this man, he wouldn’t want it any other way, says APM Contrast boss Kris Browning
APM CONTRAST manager Kris Browning says it’s business as usual despite the club suffering some tragic news.
The Paperboys are sitting in seventh-place in the Pain & Glory Sports Kent Invicta League table, having won 10, drawn four and lost eight of their league games.
The club welcome 12th place Orpington tomorrow and Browning revealed some devastating news in house with the death of the chairman’s dad, Graham Hudson.
“We had a bit of bad news in the club yesterday with the chairman’s dad passing away due to a long battle with cancer, said Bristol-born Browning.
“Phil’s dad Graham Hudson helped play a great part in our preparations in helping us prepare our ground for our promotion into the Invicta League.
“Tomorrow’s game will go ahead in the memory of this man, he wouldn’t want it any other way.”
The O’s arrive in Ditton having collected seven wins, five draws and seven defeats.
“We again will have a strong squad for tomorrow’s home game with Orpington,” added Browning.
“It will be a tough game but we’re in good form.
“We made three new signings in the new year which has improved us as a team.
“It’s a great experience for us being in the Invicta League and every week we are learning.
“The club are making massive strides on and off the pitch and it’s a good place to be at the moment.”
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APM Contrast v Orpington
Pain & Glory Sports Kent Invicta League
Saturday 30th January 2016
Kick Off 2:00pm
at Cobdown Sports & Social Club, Station Road, Ditton, Aylesford, Kent ME20 6AU
Article published: 19:30 – Friday 29th January 2016