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Llanelli boss Eddie May is hoping to sign three new player before meeting TNS.
Llanelli AFC v TNS
Welsh Premier League
Sun 10 Oct 2004: Away - Stebonheath Park

BOTTOM club Llanelli look to kick start their season with a first point on Sunday, but they could hardly have a stiffer task than a visit from the Saints in this 'David and Goliath' clash.
Since arriving at Stebonheath Park just three days before the campaign, experienced boss Eddie May has found it difficult to add players with Welsh Premier pedigree to his squad, either due to unavailability or budget constraints.
And he has admitted that his mix of inherited players and newcomers with mainly Welsh League experience is not good enough for the top flight.
"They start as obvious favourites and in a way the pressure is off us," he says.
"But we need to play with pride and take our performance a step forward from last Saturday.
"It doesn't get any tougher than this but there is always a chance of an upset."
May is optimistic of signing three players ahead of the game: "I am looking at a defender, midfielder and a striker," he told the Llanelli Star.
"The defender has lots of experience in this league and will be a good addition to the squad."
TNS will be looking to further enhance their goal difference with striker Marc Lloyd-Williams no doubt relishing the chance to add to his 14-goal haul in league and cup.
8 October 2021
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