Mark Morsley has reflected on what will be the biggest game of his managerial career after Needham Market drew Cambridge United in the Fourth Qualifying Round of the FA Cup this morning.
After overcoming rivals AFC Sudbury on Saturday courtesy of goals from Luke Ingram and Ian Westlake, the Marketmen have been rewarded with a glamour visit of the Skrill Conference Premier league leaders to Bloomfields on Saturday, October 26 (3pm), a tie that Morsley is relishing.
“If I could have chosen the tie myself then Cambridge United at home would have been the one I picked,” he said.
“I wanted a good test in the next round and this is just about as good as it gets.
“It is just rewards for us and will certainly be the biggest game of my career so far, it will be a great day for everyone at the club.”
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