Gavin Cowan to sort AFC Telford futures after play-off push
Gavin Cowan has held brief discussions with his AFC Telford United stars over their long-term futures – but proper talks will happen once their play-off push concludes.
The Bucks are playing one of their three final games of the normal campaign at Hereford today.
A win would give their National League North play-off ambitions a huge boost – and getting there is the primary focus for now, although the vast majority of the squad's deals expire this summer.
"There have been some early conversations, but we've got a job to focus on at the moment," said Cowan.
"All of us have got plenty to be focused on for the here and now, and then we'll sit down properly and talk about things.
"That's the most important thing, making sure we get to where we want to be.
"After that, we can have a proper sit-down with them all."
One player who is already tied down for next season is striker Marcus Dinanga, having signed an 18-month deal upon his return to the club in January.
Top scorer Daniel Udoh, who has 26 goals to his name in all competitions, is one of the many who are not contracted beyond the end of this term though.
Cowan's long-term status was recently sorted out, being awarded a new two-year deal for his excellent work in his debut season as Telford boss.