Frenchman returns to boost Horsham

MIDFIELDER Williams Peauroux has gone straight into the squad for tonight’s trip to Bury Town after rejoining Horsham yesterday.

The Frenchman, who played for The Hornets during the 2008/09 season, was a free agent having played for Lewes this season and signed forms at training on Monday night.

Manager John Maggs said: “I’ve included Williams in the squad after he signed last night. He had been out for a year with a bad injury, cruciate ligament damage but he was a free agent and he’s come in because of the situation I have with injuries to my squad.

“He’s fit but is missing a game or two.”

Skipper Ben Andrews misses tonight’s long journey after being carried off at the end of Saturday’s draw with Margate. The defender saw a doctor who said it could just be a muscle tear, but there are still fears it could be more serious and he will see a specialist over the next couple of days.

Paul Kennett also starts the first of a two game suspension, and is out along with Jamie Cade, whose ankle injury has been confirmed as bad bruising which will keep him out for a month rather then a fracture which could have seen him miss the rest of the season.

Maggs said: “They (Bury Town) are a decent side and it’s going to be difficult, but if we show the same attitude and performance as on Saturday who knows.”