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PUBLISHED: 17:04 18 March 2009 | UPDATED: 12:38 11 August 2010

BARKING boss Steve Munday was keen to express his frustration at having to wait two weeks for his in-form side s next fixture, writes MATT DINER. The Mayesbrook Park outfit don t have a match until they face Takeley on Saturday, March 28 and after going f

BARKING boss Steve Munday was keen to express his frustration at having to wait two weeks for his in-form side's next fixture, writes MATT DINER.

The Mayesbrook Park outfit don't have a match until they face Takeley on Saturday, March 28 and after going four games without defeat, the Blues manager is keen his side keep their good run going.

"At the moment we believe we can take on and beat anyone," said a defiant Munday.

"The boys are flying and can't wait for their next match. It is annoying because this is what happened at Christmas. It is vital we keep our momentum going and I am trying to get a friendly organised for next Tuesday.

"Takeley are doing well in the league and it will be good to see how far we have come as a team.

"I am hopeful we can keep this side together for next season and, if we do, I believe we can finish in the top four."

Going on current form it is a possibility, especially if the Blues keep registering impressive results like they did at the weekend, when they beat Bowers & Pitsea 2-0, thanks to two Lee Pyne penalties.

"It was a scrappy game, but we battled away and got the result," Munday said.

"We had four or five players missing, due to injury, flu etc and the fact that we still won is the most pleasing aspect of the victory. It shows how far we have come.


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