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Bees are looking for that extra buzz
10:00am Sunday 22nd September 2013 in Sport
PAUL Smith says he’s looking at freshening up his striking options for Studley.
The Bees are among the lowest scorers in the Midland Combination Premier with 13 goals in eight matches.
The manager has put in several seven day requests for hitmen to provide extra competition for the likes of Andy Nicol, Sam Wills and Connor Deards.
He said: “We’ve just not scored enough goals of late.
“Don’t get me wrong, our strikers have worked hard but they’re not putting chances away.
“I’m not the sort of manager who will let this sort of run go on, so hopefully I can freshen things up.
“The players we’ve got are good enough but for some reason the goals aren’t flowing.”
Studley will be looking to bounce back from Saturday’s 2-1 home loss to Southam in the league when they go to Dudley Town in the FA Vase second qualifying round.
Studley are sweating on the fitness of injured trio Ryan Gardiner (groin), Will Parker (groin) and Elliott Nash (calf), while Charisma Agbonhalor and Reece Hewitt are absent because of family commitments.
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