We'll be trying to win both of our next two home games, says Folkestone Invicta boss Neil Cugley

Monday 01st December 2014
FOLKESTONE INVICTA manager Neil Cugley felt his side should have claimed all three points in their 2-2 draw at league leaders Faversham Town at the weekend.

Invicta are in fourth-place in the Ryman League Division One South table with 39 points from 20 games – seven points adrift of Ray Turner’s Lilywhites.

Ian Draycott and Paul Booth were on the scoresheet for Folkestone and Cugley told www.folkestoneinvictafc.co.uk : “They were two great goals and to be fair there’s not too much more you need to say about them.

“The first was a great ball in and the second was one of those that either end up in the net or fly high and wide.”

Cugley added: “I felt for our lads. I thought we’d done enough and deserved to win, but that’s football!”

Cugley then turned his thoughts to Tuesday night’s home game with Worthing, which along with the visit of fifth-placed Whyteleafe on Saturday, are the only two remaining fixtures to be played at Cheriton Road this side of Christmas.

“We’ll be trying to win both these next two games,” said Cugley.

“We’re not up to halfway in our league fixtures so there’s a long way to go, but we should be up to about that 23 game mark by Christmas.”

Looking ahead to the visit of thirteenth-placed Worthing, the Folkestone boss said: “They’re an attacking side who play good football but not so good at the back and I believe if we can get at them as we got at Faversham on Saturday, we ought to win.”

Cugley reports a clean bill of health all-round his squad and impressive young defender Callum Wraight will be back in the squad after missing the game at Faversham for personal reasons.”

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Folkestone Invicta  v  Worthing
Ryman League Division One South
Tuesday 2
nd December 2014
Kick Off 7:45pm
At Cheriton Road, Folkestone, Kent CT19 5JU