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Manager Mark Wright has expressed his pleasure on the progress of his side so far this season.

Despite a slow start to the campaign, the club have slowly crept up the league 2 table and are now on the verge of the play off places following back to back draws against unbeaten Wycombe and league leaders Orient.

The only recent blip you could speak of was in the FA Cup draw with non league Burton, but the manager is more than confident the team are moving in the wright direction.

'I've said consistently from day one that overnight success is not likely. But having said that, I'm very pleased with the way things have gone this season.'




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Date:Tuesday November 15 2005

Time: 12:12PM

 

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