York City boss Martin Foyle ‘proud’ to lead the Minstermen out at Wembley for FA Trophy final (From York Press)
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York City boss Martin Foyle ‘proud’ to lead the Minstermen out at Wembley for FA Trophy final
LEADING York City onto the Wembley turf for today’s FA Trophy final against Stevenage will be a proud moment for manager Martin Foyle.
The City boss admitted he wishes he was putting on his boots for today’s non-league showpiece – and he is hoping his side can do the estimated 15,000 fans travelling to the home of English football proud.
Foyle said: “I will be very proud today. A lot of good managers never get the chance to take their team out at Wembley and it is great that I will be able to.
“I am really looking forward to it. I am not nervous, more excited, but I just wish I was playing. Once you get into management, you can make substitutions and tactical changes but it is the players who have got to get on with it.”
Foyle added: “It will be fantastic to see 15,000 York fans at Wembley Stadium especially since we usually play in front of around 2,000,” Foyle added.
“There is a lot riding on today and it is an exciting time.”
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