Brantham keeper out for six weeks

BRANTHAM Athletic will be missing goalkeeper Nathan Munson for the next six weeks after suffering medial knee ligament damage in a heavy collision during last Friday's Ridgeons League, First Division clash against Ipswich Wanderers.

Elvin King

BRANTHAM Athletic will be missing goalkeeper Nathan Munson for the next six weeks after suffering medial knee ligament damage in a heavy collision during last Friday's Ridgeons League, First Division clash against Ipswich Wanderers.

Munson, who played for AFC Sudbury last season, will be missed as he has the ability and experience to help Brantham make an impact after their move up from the Metaltec SIL. He is having extensive treatment so that he can get back into action as soon as possible.

Brantham won 3-1 against Wanderers with striker Michael Brothers going between the sticks for the final 50 minutes.


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Brantham press officer Barry Felgate said: “Michael took a lot of friendly barracking from home supporters, but that didn't bother him. He made some top class and important saves.”

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