Sheppey United’s winning run has got rival teams interested in their players - but player-boss Jack Midson knows it’s not all about the money.
Midson has built a team on the go this season after landing the job days before the campaign began. After a slow start, the Ites have won their last five.
They beat Littlehampton Town 7-3 on Saturday - a result that left them fifth in the Isthmian South East table after the weekend results, occupying the final play-off position.
Midson said: “Sometimes you have to be careful of being a victim of your own success. People have started coming in for our players. “At this level you can’t have 11 players under contract, it is not viable.Read more on kentonline.co.uk