September was a frustrating month in multiple quarters for the Dolphins, despite starting off so strongly.
Tom Killick revealed his ire over paperwork complications denying him the opportunity to name prospect Joe Wickham on the bench for Poole’s 1-1 draw against Salisbury.
Poole and Salisbury is quickly becoming the fixture both sets of fans circle on their calendars – but are the two clubs now bitter rivals?
Tom Killick has been known to rile up a few people in football – but very rarely does Poole’s boss care about what those outside of his club think.
Tom Killick revealed that his side now rank rivals Salisbury as their “biggest challenge locally” after a keenly contested match with the Wiltshire outfit, also describing games against the Whites as a “proper” rivalry.
Only 26 miles seperate Poole and Salisbury, so there can be no surprise that there would be overlap in mutual players – we look at some recent examples.
Tom Killick lead the tributes to club captain Jamie Whisken – with the stalwart defender reaching 350 games in Poole colours.
Despite a burning ambition to win, and a track record to back it, Poole Town boss Tom Killick is remaining coy about his side’s chances in the Southern League Premier South.
Ahead of Poole Town entering today’s draw for the next round of the FA Cup, we take a look at some statistics surrounding the Dolphins’ record at this stage of the competition.