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BORO' GOAL ACE TRAINS WITH THE BEES

SCOTT Ramsay, scorer of 33 goals for Eastbourne Borough this season, has had two training sessions with Nationwide Second Division club Brentford.

He is also due to make two midweek appearances for the Bees' reserves late in April, but no decision will be made about his future until the current campaign is over.

Ramsay is under contract with Boro' who gave their blessing to him attending the training sessions.

'They went very well, it was brilliant,' said Ramsay.

'But all I am concentrating on at the moment is helping to get Borough promoted.

'After all, this is the club I have got to thank for getting me into my present situation.

'If the other 10 players hadn't done their job, I could not have done mine.

'At the end of the day, I have done what I am supposed to do and that is score goals.'

Assistant boss Nick Greenwood emphasised, 'Scott won't be going anywhere before the end of the season.

'He has a very important part to play in our promotion campaign.'

'Once we get to the end of the season we will know where we will be playing as well as the situation with Scott and we will be able to look at the bigger picture.

'If he does get back into the Football League, it would be nice to think we played a big part in helping to restore his confidence.'

Ramsay has been pencilled in to play for Brentford reserves against Millwall and his old club Brighton on April 15 and 22.

While Boro' would sorely miss Ramsay's goal-scoring ability, they would certainly be able to demand a sizeable fee for the ex-Albion striker, considerably more than the 2,000 plus for Matt Allen earlier in the season.

Meanwhile, the promotion battle resumes against Burnham at Priory Lane tomorrow with a huge game at Dorchester on Tuesday.

Boro' could only draw at Burnham earlier in the season, while on fire Dorchester beat them 2-1 at Priory Lane.

'There's no reason why we can't go to Dorchester and win,' insisted Garry Wilson.

'If we get three points there it would really open it up for us.'

 
 
 

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