Al dreams of play-off place
Saturday s star performer Alan Julian is determined the next three months will be ones to remember. The Boro goalkeeper has been a virtual ever present this season and has not written off the club s chances of reaching the play-offs. Julian (pictured left
Saturday's star performer Alan Julian is determined the next three months will be ones to remember.
The Boro goalkeeper has been a virtual ever present this season and has not written off the club's chances of reaching the play-offs.
Julian (pictured left) said: "We now want to go on another good run.
"I think we've got a good chance of doing really well for the rest of this season.
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"It was difficult at the start and the poor form was due to a lot of new players as well as a new manager.
"Now it's the best team spirit I've known in football. When we go on the pitch, we are together.
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"That's nothing against what has happened in recent seasons.
"It's just a different bunch of lads to last season; we're generally a bit younger and that probably helps."
The modest Julian is pleased with his form this season but also praised his team-mates.
He continued: "The boys in front of me have been tremendous. It was just my turn on Saturday.
"It has been others like Steve Morison scoring goals, Adam Miller spraying the ball around in midfield or guys like Ronnie (Henry) at the back making the saving tackles.