David Sullivan has revealed that despite a few players carrying niggling injuries the Irons will be putting out their strongest side possible tomorrow (Sat).
The chairman aims to ensure the club pay the competition the utmost respect but admits they won’t be taking a chance with any player who is carrying a niggle.
With away fixtures at Bournemouth and Newcastle coming up next week the chairman declared that the three games were all seriously important and that no risks could be taken.
Speaking exclusively to ClaretandHugh on the eve of the clash against Wolves, he told us: ” We have a few players missing with small niggling injuries.
“If they play tomorrow we risk them missing Tuesday or Saturday, but other than that we really want to go as far as we can in the FA Cup and will be putting out our strongest possible side.
“The board and the manager know how the supporters love the tournament and we’ll be treating it with the utmost respect and with a bit of luck in the draw we hope to go a long way in it.”