Dowson’s Beavers ‘Will Keep Quiet’

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Hampton and Richmond Borough’s manager Alan Dowson will keep his lips closed about the club’s surprise playoff opening.

The Beavers are next in line for the top five after complications at Poole Town and Hungerford.

Both had their hopes of playing in the Vanarama National League South playoff dashed last week.

They were informed that their ground had not secured the grading needed to complete for promotion.

The issues surround a lack of covered seats at their grounds.

Hampton have been keeping a watch on the situation and, as they sit 7th, will be involved providing any appeals to the FA fail.

Beavers manger Dowson admits to keeping an eye on things but said he wasn’t reading too much into it.

He said: “The best thing we can do is close our mouths, shut up and just carry on.

“There’s little else to it really. Of course people at the club will know more than I do but from a football point of view we are just getting on with our work and prepare as normal.”


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