Listen to Jordan Slew talking about promotion and read Richard Money views after Bromley. Coventry to possibly sign a loanee before the match. Where has Tom Craddock ended up
Don't forget the last friendly at the Abbey against Coventry City tomorrow night Tuesday 28th kick-off 19:45, which is free admission to season ticket holders with their new season card.
Bromley 1 Cambridge United 1: Richard Money makes case for U's defence
Richard Money felt playing a three-man defence in Cambridge United's 1-1 draw at Bromley on Saturday was a useful experiment.
Josh Coulson, Mark Roberts and Leon Legge alternated across the backline throughout the friendly, with Greg Taylor and Elliot Omozusi playing as wing-backs.
The only goal conceded by United came after Coulson was harshly judged to have handled the ball for a penalty tucked away by Alex Wall nine minutes from time.
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Tony Mowbray hopes to have a new striker in his Coventry City squad for Tuesday night’s friendly match at Cambridge United.
If everything drops into place, two more loan players could be on board when the Sky Blues complete their pre-season programme against Oxford United at Nuneaton Town’s newly-renamed A1 Gas Force Arena.
Jordan Slew talking to Radio Cambs after the Bromley match
Striker Tom Craddock, who spent time on trial with Cambridge United earlier this month, has joined National League side Guiseley.
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