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King's Lynn Town manager challenges Harry Limb and Natty Stewart to seize their chance

King's Lynn Town manager Ian Culverhouse has challenged Harry Limb and Natty Stewart to seize their chance when it comes next season.

Both players have been given another chance to shine at The Walks after agreeing terms with the Linnets for the 2019/20 campaign.

Former Norwich United midfielder Stewart, 20, spent last term on a season-long loan at Wroxham in the Thurlow Nunn Premier Division.

Culverhouse said: "I spoke to Natty briefly before the play-off game and he's excited about coming back and showing what he can do.

"He's a hungry player with tremendous pace and ability."

Linnets 3 (5059517)
Linnets 3 (5059517)

Limb, meanwhile, arrived in a blaze of publicity after signing from Premier League Burnley last summer, but failed to fulfil his true potential during a frustrating campaign for the teenager.

The 19-year-old, who suffered a couple of niggling injuries, spent part of the season on loan to Pinchbeck United in the United Counties League Premier Division.

"Harry had a disappointing season last year and never really got to grips with it," admitted Culverhouse.

"He knows the two in front of him (Michael Gash and Adam Marriott) are exceptional players, so it's up to him to take his chance when he gets one.

"The good thing is that Harry still wants to prove that he has something to give this football club."

The Linnets chief is happy with how his squad is taking shape a month before pre-season commences on July 2.

"We'll be ready and the players will be fit. They've all been given a programme to stick to over the summer," said Culverhouse.

"We needed mobility and legs in our squad and I think we've got that now.

"Although we like to keep the ball and boss possession, there will also be times next season when we don't have it and will need to get it back, but we now have the legs in abundance to do that."


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