Henry back for FGR clash
Boro have been boosted by the news that Ronnie Henry is back in contention to face Forest Green Rovers tomorrow after shaking off a knee injury. The 25-year-old defender missed Boro s win against Altrincham on Saturday after limping off against Woking bu
Boro have been boosted by the news that Ronnie Henry is back in contention to face Forest Green Rovers tomorrow after shaking off a knee injury.
The 25-year-old defender missed Boro's win against Altrincham on Saturday after limping off against Woking but he has made a quick recovery and looks likely to slot straight back into the side at right back.
"Ronnie is back in contention," assistant boss John Dreyer told The Comet this afternoon. "He opened up the knee joint against Woking and he missed the trip to Altrincham as a precaution but he will be available tomorrow."
Darren Murphy remains on the injury list however after tweaking his hamstring against Woking but the Irishman should be back for Boro's clash against Northwich Victoria on Saturday.
"Darren won't make it for tomorrow," added Dreyer. "You have to be a little bit more careful with hamstring injuries as you can easily make it worse.
"If everything goes to plan then he should come back into the squad for Saturday."
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Calum Willock also looks likely to miss out on taking up his spot on the bench after being struck down with a virus although forgotten man Eddie Anaclet could be back in the first team squad after coming through training today.
The former Oxford man has been blighted by a knee injury since his move to The Lamex Stadium in the summer.