The forward, who is public enemy number one with Town’s fans since his time at York City, signed for Southport on loan last week.
Brodie and Town defender Steve McNulty had a running battle during during Town’s 0-0 draw with Hereford in September as the striker had been loaned to the Bulls, with McNulty saying afterwards: “He’s a proven Conference player and if he just concentrated on football he’d do well, I don’t know what’s wrong with the lad. He needs to ask Father Christmas for a brain
Brodie played the full 90 minutes for his new club in a 5-1 hammering at Aldershot on Saturday as Still said: “The boy Brodie doesn’t interest me. I’ve got no doubt that Macca can deal with the situation that comes.
“I can’t speak for what Richard Brodie is going to be like, it’s nothing to do with me, but I’ve been really pleased with our disciplinary record.
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“I don’t see us getting involved in anything that another player might want to create, all we’re going to be interested in is trying to win the game.” Still didn’t have any worries over the availability of McNulty either as the Town defender had to get bandaged up during the 2-1 win over Welling on Saturday.
He added: “Macca come off with a cut, but he’s had eight stitches and he’s still ugly, so it’s not going to really affect him.”
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