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Boro aim to down Swifts

PUBLISHED: 15:21 19 October 2010

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Martin targetting play-offs

ROMFORD boss Paul Martin says his side are hungry for a play-off place in Ryman One North.

Boro welcome Heybridge Swifts to Mill Field tonight, looking to maintain their impressive start to the league season.

Chris Barry could come into the squad after his return from Grays, but Ricki Mackin is unavailable.

Martin said: “The boys have got the belief at the moment. We’re getting wins and draws without playing well and we’re hungry for the play-offs.

“We can play different formations and look strong whatever.

“Heybridge have got a dangerous striker. You see his name on the scoresheet on a regular basis, but we’ll look at that and try and do a job.

“We need to find that little bit more attacking-wise. Our defence has been solid all season, we’ve only conceded five in the league, and we’ve only had two losses in 14, so it’s not bad is it!

“I can’t see why we can’t stay up there all season.”


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