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Iron boss Devonshire wants to make it difficult for visiting teams
7:00am Saturday 17th August 2013 in Sport
BRAINTREE TOWN will be hoping to continue their encouraging start to the season when they entertain Kidderminster Harriers.
The Skrill Premier side drew 1-1 at Hereford on the opening day and then beat Woking 2-0 on Tuesday night.
Boss Alan Devonshire was delighted to see his side move into the top four, even though it is still very early in the campaign.
And he wants his team to continue taking full advantage of their home matches at the Amlin Stadium.
“We can’t allow teams to find it easy when they come to play us,” he said.
“We have to make sure that we make it as difficult as possible for visiting teams coming to us this season.”
Despite picking up three points compared to one at the weekend, he was happier with his side’s performance at Hereford.
“To be honest, I felt we played better on Saturday,” said the former West Ham star.
“But we kept it tight at the back and got the second goal.
“We worked hard and deserved the result.”
Kidderminster kicked-off their campaign with a victory at home to Gateshead, but then came unstuck at Alfreton Town on Tuesday, losing 3-1.
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