Snow and ice threatening King's Lynn Town's National League clash at Bromley
King's Lynn Town's National League clash at Bromley tomorrow is in severe doubt because of the wintry weather.
The Met Office has issued Amber and Yellow warnings over snow and ice as Storm Darcy, dubbed the 'Beast from the East' hit London with wintry showers and plunging temperatures yesterday and this morning.
Despite the weather warnings, furious Ravens boss Neil Smith was due to have his players in for extra training on Sunday.
Bromley had two players sent-off as the National League's only unbeaten away record went with a 2-1 reverse at Weymouth on Saturday.
Smith was disappointed with the defeat and told the Bromley website: “I’m very disappointed with the result. You can’t legislate for the first five minutes of the game.
“We were caught out for both goals and they were as bad as each other. Silly bookings and sending offs are costing us at the moment and it’s something we need to put to bed and move forward.”
Speaking ahead of the game against Ian Culverhouse's side, who have an ever-increasing fixture backlog, Smith added: “We haven’t got much time to prepare.
"The games are coming thick and fast now, which is why I’m getting the players in on Sunday to then come in on Monday with full focus on King’s Lynn.
"It’s up to the players, myself and my team to turn it around now and get a result now.”