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Money Wants The 'Right' Player

Richard Money, manager of Conference Premier club Cambridge United, will wait for the ideal candidate to come along in his search for a new right-sided player after opting to end his interest in Micah Evans.

Trialist Evans, who featured in Cambridge United's first two pre-season friendlies at St Neots and Corby, has been told he can move on and was not in the squad for the U's 2-0 win away to Bishop's Stortford on Saturday.

And head coach Money (pictured), who is keen for all his forward players to have maximum versatility, will not rush into getting a new recruit.

"We're going to keep our powder dry," said Money.

"Hopefully the right one will show itself before we start, but if it doesn't then we've got plenty that can play there.

"I would like people to get away from the fact someone's a left-winger or a right-winger or a centre forward or whatever.

"If the passing's good and the movement's good then all of those forward players should be interchanging and taking up each other's position.

"That's what we're trying to achieve and I think it will get better as we go on."



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