Good consistency, says Crows boss

PUBLISHED: 10:14 16 October 2008 | UPDATED: 15:53 11 May 2010

PAUL ATTFIELD

PAUL ATTFIELD

OVERALL I am really very happy with the football we have played in the past week. That was the verdict of Crows manager Paul Attfield on his team s three victories in seven days. I think we have struck some good consistency in our play over a good per

OVERALL I am really very happy with the football we have played in the past week."

That was the verdict of Crows' manager Paul Attfield on his team's three victories in seven days.

"I think we have struck some good consistency in our play over a good period of league games and we look very confident in what we are doing and the results obviously reflect that," said Attfield.

"Saturday was the biggest 1-0 thrashing I can remember seeing. We thoroughly deserved the win and played excellently throughout.

"It was a day their goalkeeper led a charmed life and between him and the woodwork they stopped near on everything.

"On another day we could have played much worse and won by a bigger margin. But the result was excellent for us.

"It is important to maintain this run as we now have a period of sustained and tougher league games starting at Stony Stratford this coming Saturday, who are the only team to beat us in the league this season.

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