Harlow ring the changes ahead of crucial Worthing clash- but one signing is injured already
With only one victory from their last ten matches Harlow Town are firmly embroiled in the Bostik Premier relegation scrap- and as the second-bottom club prepare to travel to fifth-bottom Worthing they have made significant changes to their squad in an attempt to resurrect their form and rescue their season. But it isn't all positive news, as one of their new signings managed to injure himself during his first training session.
The injured player is centre half Jack Fowler, signed from Grays Athletic. Fowler, who last turned out for Grays in the remarkable 2-2 draw featured as last weekend's #bostikmatchday, will be missing for 2-4 weeks. He is joined at the club- but luckily not on the injury list- by two loan signings from League Two Cambridge United- left back Jordan Norville-Williams and striker Matthew Foy.
Leaving the club are defenders Jay Siva and James Baker.
More news on all of these moves at the Hawks website, here.