Bedworth United manager Billy Hollywood spent a few days in his
native Scotland visiting family but his mind was very much on his teams home match
against Racing Warwick.
Not that he thinks there is much chance of the game going ahead if there is any more
"Our match on Tuesday against Tamworth was postponed because of a waterlogged
pitch and I understand there has been a lot more rain on it in the last couple of
days," he said from Kilmarnock.
"It appears to be dodgy at present but we shall prepare as though the game is
going ahead. We beat Racing 3-1 on their pitch earlier in the season and I would be happy
with a similar scoreline in this one."
Hollywood has not been idle away from the pitch. He hopes to sign a new defender and a
new striker within a few days if everything clicks into place.
Meanwhile he will lose midfielder John Halford with a three match suspension after the
player was sent off against Shepshed, striker Simon Black had seven stitches in his knee
following the match against Hinckley, Steve Brown needs an operation on his knee and
Robbie Beard is visiting family in New Zealand.
"We are stretched to the limit at present," admits Hollywood. "That is
why I have been looking around to add players to the squad."