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Our great run goes on

PUBLISHED: 15:23 12 September 2008 | UPDATED: 21:16 05 July 2010

CHAPPO'S CORNER



IT'S been another great week for us and we're very pleased for the lads with their attitude, commitment and work rate.

We've picked up two positive results from two very difficult games.

CHAPPO'S CORNER

IT'S been another great week for us and we're very pleased for the lads with their attitude, commitment and work rate.

We've picked up two positive results from two very difficult games. King's Lynn Reserves was always going to be a very difficult game, as you never know what you're going to be up against.

All credit to the boys though, as we approached the game in the right way, with the right attitude and secured three really well-earned points that were deserved.

We won 5-0, but it could've been more. We kept a clean sheet, played some really good football and picked up another three points, which was fantastic.

Next we moved on to a really tough game at Wroxham on Tuesday. We knew it was going to tough having beat them earlier in the season but to be honest it wasn't a great spectacle.

There was a lack of quality on the night from both sides, and we did not play that well. But what we did do was stick together, work hard and continue to press them as we kept going right until the final whistle.

We showed a lot of belief in our own ability and to score two goals in the last five minutes was important as it showed we never ever gave up.

That was vital to grind out a result against one of the top sides in the league on their own patch.

We're over the moon with the boys and you can't ask for more than six points out of six, with seven goals scored and only one conceded.

It's been a really great week for us. When you're unbeaten you want to keep it going for as long as possible and Me, Ady, Flem and Dave are well pleased with the boys.

It's important to go into any FA Cup game in a confident manner, and that's what we'll be doing as we want to continue that unbeaten run against a side that plays two leagues above us.

We're doing well at the moment, but we won't be getting carried away as we know we are going to Cambridge on Saturday to play against a side that are a couple of levels higher than us and are a quality outfit.

We are the underdogs, they are the favourites and at home - where they're expected to beat us. But we'll be concentrating on ourselves and we'll be doing our best to keep the FA Cup run going.

We have no new injury worries, with only Matty Potter unavailable through the dislocation he suffered last month. Craig Lewis is back, and we'll be picking from a strong squad for the trip tomorrow.

Mark Boggis was speaking to Micky Chapman

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