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Munday wants more passion

PUBLISHED: 15:54 18 February 2009 | UPDATED: 12:38 11 August 2010

MORE heart, passion and courage is needed at Mayesbrook Park, according to Barking boss Steve Munday, writes Matt Diner. The Blues manager saw his side pick up a point at bottom of the table Mauritius Sports on Saturday and with tough matches ahead, he in

MORE heart, passion and courage is needed at Mayesbrook Park, according to Barking boss Steve Munday, writes Matt Diner.

The Blues manager saw his side pick up a point at bottom of the table Mauritius Sports on Saturday and with tough matches ahead, he insists his side must up their game.

"They are only five points off Romford at the top and they are flying," Munday said about this weekend's opponents Enfield 1893, who have won their last seven league matches, scoring 23 goals in the process.

"I don't think they will be far away come the end of the season. But they will look at us and realise that we no longer are an easy ride and we have improved lately.

"I just ask my team to show me some, heart, passion and courage. Before we could not score and now we can, we now just need to sharpen up defensively."

That was evident at the weekend in their 3-3 draw with Mauritius, a result which disappointed Munday.

"It was not a very good performance and I was not happy," he moaned. "We did not perform like I know we can and we did not perform as a team," added Munday, who will be without Matt Knight for a while after he fractured his arm again.


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