Morgan’s short story
Striker made just one appearance for Saints before being recalled by his parent club
The former North Greenford United and to help out until the end of the season.
“We’re just here to help and we’ll see where we go from there.
“There is a good project going on with the FAB Academy, but they were struggling and needed a different approach from outside of it.
“It’s great to be back because I didn’t want to leave in the first place, it was just circumstances.
“We didn’t know what was happening and there was a job offer on the table from Burnham.
“We should get enough points to stay up, but a few changes need to be made because the table speaks for itself.” Beaconsfield United striker joined the Saints on loan from Ryman Premier side Hendon over the new year period.
However, following just one substitute appearance, he was recalled by Hendon last week, leaving Saints boss Edwards in a philosophical mood.
He said: “Aaron joined on loan from Hendon but
Meakin has brought back five former SYCOB stars from Burnham, but it was a FAB Academy player, Elliott Carey, who earned them a 1-1 draw at Godalming Town on Saturday.
Meakin added: “Some of the youngsters are not good enough to stay in and around it straight away, while some are.
“Some will take it with both hands and progress and others will fall away, but that’s life, they can’t all be good enough.
“There may be one or two more former players coming in, but the ones back here already are the main ones.” Gary McCann recalled him and he was in their squad last Saturday and will probably be in it again this weekend.
“He would have made a difference for us up front, but he’s a Hendon player and he should be playing for them.
“That’s the risk you take with loan players.
“Aaron was a great lad in training and did everything we asked of him.
“But I don’t think there’s much chance of getting him back now.”
Morgan’s exit was an untimely one for a Saints side who Edwards admits have been struggling for goals, following defeats without scoring to AFC Hayes last Saturday (1-0) and Potters Bar Tuesday night (2-0).
The one saving grace for Edwards, whose side host Marlow this Saturday, is they are doing everything else right bar putting the ball in the back of the onion bag.
He added: “We’ve only scored one goal in three games against teams near
Aaron Morgan (pictured) in action while at North Greenford United
on the bottom. We’re lacking some quality in the box, and it looks like we’ll have to work on the final third again.
“We are dominating these teams completely, but losing to teams like Potters Bar and AFC Hayes is the difference between being a play-off side and a mid-table side.
“Tuesday was the same as Saturday, but Saturday was harder to take. Potters Bar scored with their only two chances, but AFC Hayes were really poor, and that was a kick in the teeth.”
Following Saturday’s game, Edwards’ men are on the road again on Tuesday night when they head to the Midlands to take on Daventry Town.
DRAW: Beaconsfield Town (red and white) take on Godalming