Date: Tue 06 Nov 2018

By David Simpson

Culverhouse relishing life back at King’s Lynn

The supporters vital to the cause.

Returning King’s Lynn manager Ian Culverhouse has admitted that he is excited to return to The Walks for this Saturday’s game with St Ives Town.

The former Aston Villa Assistant has moved into the hot seat with King’s Lynn again, just a matter of months after he left the club to take up the managerial post at Grantham Town.

Speaking to Lynn News, Culverhouse, who guided his side to a 3-0 win over Alvechurch last weekend, said, “I’m looking forward to it. The pitch looks well as I was up there the other day.

“We need the crowd as the support is massive to us. We saw last year what it can generate when they come out in their hundreds.

“I know we have to give them something to get behind, that’s our job and all together as a collective, we can really move this club forward.

“It’s about starting as we did against Alvechurch and getting some consistency in our performances. If we do that then we will be a force in this league.”

After losing in the play-off final last season, the Linnets have made a disappointing start to the Southern League Central season and are currently sitting in 12th position.


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