The Linnets Will Have The Legs For Their New Adventure

There will certainly be no problem with the fitness of King’s Lynn’s players next season.

The club are making their return to the National League North - and they’re determined to make the most of it.

Manager Ian Culverhouse sees no reason why the super play-off winners won’t be competitive.

He accepts they may see less of the ball in their new league but his team will be sharper than ever when they return.

"We'll be ready and the players will be fit - they have all been given a programme to stick to over the summer," Culverhouse told the Lynn News.

"We needed mobility and legs in our squad and I think we've got that now.

"Although we like to keep the ball and boss possession, there will also be times next season when we don't have it and will need to get it back, but we now have the legs in abundance to do that."

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