Gillingham Manager Peter Taylor says he is happy to have a selection headache ahead of Saturday's visit of Rotherham United
League One Clash with Rotherham United.Gillingham boss Peter Taylor has welcomed his selection difficulty with the majority of the squad available for this weekend’s
The Gills boss has a number of players vying for the same positions across the park which may give him a few decisions to make prior to the game, but he says these are welcome choices.
Speaking to the club’s official website he said: “It’s always a better headache than just having enough players which makes it an easy team to pick.
“I have got no doubt in my mind that the ones that will come in will be absolutely ready and determined to keep the shirt.
“They have had a good week; they’ve had a very hard couple of days Monday and Tuesday and trained well again on Thursday.
“We are very pleased with the 48 points but it’s still not enough; we need more and it will be nice to get them on Saturday.”
will ensure the Gills can start well and put Rotherham on the back foot from the off.following the win over MK DonsTaylor is hopeful that the prolonged break
Crewe which was a disappointing performance.He added: “We are looking to have a good start, the last home game we had here was against
“I think they have some good players and we saw the absolute best of them when we played them up there. They didn’t see the best of us that’s a certain and that’s what I’m looking to reverse.”
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