Stevenage v Wycombe: Early team news

PUBLISHED: 13:57 08 December 2017 | UPDATED: 13:57 08 December 2017

Stevenage FC manager Darren Sarll. Picture: Danny Loo

Stevenage FC manager Darren Sarll. Picture: Danny Loo

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For the latest team news on Stevenage’s Sky Bet League Two match with Wycombe Wanderers read CometSport’s transcription of our interview with him at Bragbury End

Stevenage FC manager Darren Sarll. Picture: Danny LooStevenage FC manager Darren Sarll. Picture: Danny Loo

Darren Sarll on the latest team news:

“Danny and Alex have had indifferent weeks again, we are just bodging Danny through at the moment because his body is not hardened for this life.

“With Alex, he always encourages kicks and knocks because of the way he plays the game. He has not been out on the grass all week.

“Godden has been okay, no problems. King hasn’t been out and Whelpdale hasn’t either, so those two have not been able to get out yet.

“We will have a better idea tomorrow. Ben [Kennedy] got back into training today actually; he came out for the first time, which was wonderful.”

Sarll on opponents Wycombe:

“Wycombe’s a tough game, it always is a tough game. Gareth’s sides are very committed and he has done a fabulous job.

“Anyone who can stay in employment in football management for five seasons should be applauded.

“You know you are going to get a directness in their play that will be supplemented with lots of aggression, lots of commitment and he does really really well at it.

“I think we can bring a real threat, obviously the players skipped into the training ground on Monday morning.

“It has shown this week in training, they have been absolutely magnificent.

“It is important we play our football, it is important we keep building. We are fully aware of our league position, but we are also fully aware that we have the ability to really kick on.”

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