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Logan makes exit from Avenue
STRIKER Richard Logan has parted company with the Magpies.
The experienced frontman failed to score in six appearances following his arrival in late November and Phil Simkin is disappointed the move did not work out.
The Dorchester boss, who is now on the lookout for a new forward, said: “Richard is a lovely lad but sadly things haven’t quite worked out how we had both hoped and we wish him well for the future.”
Meanwhile, Stuart Heath sees this afternoon’s trip to Eastbourne Borough (3pm) as an opportunity to prove people wrong.
Since exiting the FA Cup and the FA Trophy at the hands of Luton Town, the Magpies have been in freefall but their assistant-manager is backing the team to bounce back sooner rather than later.
Heath told Echosport: “We must stick together, players and supporters alike, and the lads must give a reaction after Tuesday night’s defeat against Bromley.
“We have proved this season that on a number of occasions we have got players who can play together as a team. On Tuesday we played as individuals.
“We proved against Truro and Hayes that apart from the last five or 10 minutes we are a good side.
“We must take the positives from those games.”
Heath went on to add: “Today’s game is a chance to prove people wrong in some ways.
“We need to make sure we go there with the most positive attitude we can, and the players must remember who they are representing and be able to cope with the conditions.
“If they do that we will get a result.”