NEWPORT County AFC are preparing for the League Two play-off final at Wembley on May 25, but chairman Gavin Foxall and manager Michael Flynn admit they currently have nowhere to train.

County’s Spytty Park training base at Newport Stadium is scheduled for maintenance work before their bid to reach League One.

The Exiles are urgently seeking alternative facilities as the club does not own a ground or training pitch.

“Evidently our providers didn't have the faith we had that we were going to get to Wembley,” Foxall told BBC Radio Wales.

“Some of the facilities we use have planned to undertake the maintenance work," Foxall added.

"It is a bit of a challenge at the moment to ensure the boys have the facilities they need to train on, but as always with the club we will rally round and be prepared for Wembley whoever we play on that day."

South Wales Argus:

County will face either Forest Green Rovers or Tranmere Rovers, who play the second leg of their semi-final at the New Lawn tonight with Tranmere leading 1-0 from the first leg.

Flynn admits he is actively looking for alternatives.

“I have just had a missed call from [Cardiff coach] Ronnie Jepson, but I think Cardiff have ripped up their training pitch,” he said.

“We need to find somewhere to train though, I will be ringing around to see if I can get us a pitch.

“Hopefully we will work something out."

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