Monberg out to prove bosses wrong
tions so far this season.
But he has fine previous winning form at the Dorset venue in front of the TV cameras from the early days of his Panthers career.
Soon after his arrival on loan from Wolverhampton in 2005 he was part of a Peterborough team that ended Poole’s near 18-month unbeaten home record.
It was a success only soured by the losing team’s allegations that Monberg was using an illegal carburettor – something which was quickly proved to be complete nonsense.
Monberg added: “I remember winning at Poole that night and hopefully we can get some points again.
“It’s a place where you have to make fast starts because there is only one real racing line around there. If we can do that we’ll have a chance.”
Monberg will line up alongside Monday night hero Richard Lawson at reserve tonight. Lasse Bjerre continues in the other doubling-up berth after a handy showing against Birmingham.