Wagga City Wanderers coach Ross Morgan has welcomed the return of Shaun Moffat ahead of his side’s daunting road trip to Central Coast.
Moffat took a heavy knock to the head during the Wanderers’ 3-0 loss to Bankstown last month but is set to rejoin the side for their clash with the ladder leaders.
“It’s good to have him back on board,” Morgan said.
“We’re looking a little short on players across the grades, so he’ll come back and a few younger players will get a look in as well.”
Morgan took positives out of last week’s 3-0 loss to Prospect United and is eager to challenge his players this weekend.
“We put in a good effort during the second half against Prospect,” he said.
“We’ll head up to Central Coast on Friday so we’re settled and I think it’ll be a good experience for the boys.”
Teenage talent Luke Stevens is likely to get another crack in seniors after a strong season with the under 18s.
“Luke will definitely get some game time, he’s been great all year,” Morgan said.
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