NEWPORT County AFC manager Michael Flynn will be reunited with Warren Feeney and Mark Randall this evening but he insists it will be business as usual at the Stadium.

Feeney, who was sacked as County manager almost 12 months ago, is now assistant to his former Leeds United teammate Harry Kewell at Crawley Town.

And Randall helped the Exiles to beat relegation under Flynn last season before moving to West Sussex in the summer.

The midfielder came off the bench to help Crawley win 2-1 at Barnet on Saturday – a win that saw them climb to 17th in the League Two table.

And Flynn, whose side are up to eighth after they beat Grimsby Town at the weekend, is expecting a difficult night.

“Every game is a tough test,” said the Exiles boss.

“Harry and Warren are starting to get their team together and on a Tuesday night away from home in League Two it is going to be a tough game.

“We wish Warren well, as we do everybody who tried to help the club but that’s football and we want to go and get three points.”

Flynn also revealed that Randall has been in touch since being allowed to move closer to his family in Milton Keynes in the summer.

“I’ve had a couple of texts from Mark since he left and I’ve got a lot of time for him,” said the manager.

“He’s a good footballer but he wanted to go back closer to home so that’s that.

“We managed to get the best out of him at the end of last season and then helped him on his way.

“With the way I want to go and the style I want to play he might not have been a regular so it was best for both parties that he got a fresh challenge.

“He’s got a young family and I’ll never stand in somebody’s way as long as they give 100 per cent while they are here.

“I’ve not got a bad word to say about him and I wish him luck, apart from Tuesday night.”