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Alfreton Town manager Nicky Law is hopeful of boosting his injury-hit squad with at least one loan signing ahead of two big Blue Square Bet Premier Division games for the Reds in four days.
Law will be looking for his side to extend their unbeaten league run to six games when they head to relegated Macclesfield Town on Saturday, before hosting Grimsby Town next Tuesday.
Law’s squad is currently slightly thin ahead of the first of those games with injuries to midfeld man Anton Brown, central defender Adam Quinn and striker Paul Clayton. And it is hoped defender Josh Law will have recovered from a thigh injury just a week after shaking off a calf injury problem.
The latest, and possibly biggest blow of all this season, is the injury to ultra-consistent central midfield man Brown who exited last Saturday’s 1-1 home draw with Braintree Town after just eight minutes after feeling his calf ‘pop’.
The injury is likely to keep him out for a minimum of three weeks.
Manager Law reflected: "The loss of Anton was a huge blow as he is such a big player for us. I certainly think the result against Braintree would have gone our way had he stayed on the pitch.”