Lynn face anxious wait over goal ace

King's Lynn face an anxious wait to see if they will lose star striker Danny Bloomfield next season as a result of the decision to place the club in the Conference North.

King's Lynn face an anxious wait to see if they will lose star striker Danny Bloomfield next season as a result of the decision to place the club in the Conference North.

Last year, the former Norwich City frontman bagged 20 goals in the Linnets successful Southern League championship challenge and was the club's second highest goalscorer behind Joe Francis. But soon after the Linnets' title success, the 25-year-old admitted his future with Keith Webb's side was heavily reliant on which Conference division the club was placed in - and how much more travelling he might have to do. Now, Ipswich-based Bloomfield says he has a tough decision to make as the Linnets prepare for Conference level football at The Walks for the first time in their history. "For me it's an extra 4,500 miles to what we did last year," Bloomfield said. "I've got a young boy now, seven months old, and I work quite long hours as well. "It's just a juggling act of trying to have a life and play football at the highest level as well as for the club I want to play for."


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