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U's boss Dunne only interested in winning
Joe Dunne is preparing his Colchester United players for a dozen “cup finals” between now and the end of the season.
And the U’s boss has stressed that draws will not be good enough for his side in their battle to beat the drop.
Colchester head to Stevenage tomorrow, knowing that a win could be enough to lift them out of the League One relegation zone.
They lie a point adrift of safety ahead of the game at Broadhall Way.
And with his side having drawn just once during Dunne’s time in charge, the U’s boss knows that winning is everything at this stage of the campaign.
Dunne said: “Every game is now isolated into a one-off cup final.
“We treated the game against Yeovil as a cup final and we need to match that level of commitment against Stevenage."
See Friday's Gazette for more on this story and all of the latest Colchester United news, including a full preview of their game at Stevenage tomorrow.