There’s still more work to be done, says Kennedy
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Ben Kennedy says further work still needs to be done following Stevenage’s 2-0 win over Morecambe at the weekend.
The forward scored from 30 yards to add to Matt Godden’s header as Boro registered their first win away from home in the league this season, and following victory over promotion hopefuls Morecambe up next this weekend are in-form Carlisle United.
The Cumbrians are only one of two sides unbeaten in the Premier League or Football League so far this season, with Spurs being the other, and Kennedy knows Boro will have to put on another good show if they are to get the result they are looking for this weekend.
“[Morecambe] was a big win but I think we have to build on it now,” Kennedy said.
“We still need to work hard in training. They had chances so we need to work defensively as well as offensively.
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“It’s a weird league. Anything can happen. It’s another big side but you want to play against [these teams] and show yourself, how good you are against the big teams.”
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