Solihull Moors boss warns players not to be victims of an FA Cup upset


Tim Flowers has urged his Solihull Moors side not to become the victims of an FA Cup upset.

The Vanarama National League side travel to Evo-Stik Northern League strugglers Witton Albion today (20th October).

Moors will be strong favourites against an opposition who have registered just three league wins so far this season.

But boss Flowers has warned his side they can’t take anything for granted.

“They can play with physicality, so I’m expecting a very difficult game,” he said.

“Someone in our league will get knocked out against a side below – our job is to not be one of those.”

Moors will make a late decision on Jamey Osborne’s fitness ahead of the clash, but captain Kyle Storer will be available with his suspension for accumulating bookings not starting until the next league game.


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