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Cambridge United head coach Mark Bonner believes his side still have the capability to go on a winning streak as they prepare for a tough clash at Morecambe tomorrow night.

Mark Bonner believes his side can still go on a winning streak
Mark Bonner believes his side can still go on a winning streak

Bonner’s side collected their second win in eight games with a 1-0 victory over AFC Wimbledon at the Abbey Stadium on Saturday.

The head coach says he is happy with the start they’ve made to life in the EFL League One and insists, that even though it will be harder, they can still go on a winning run like last season.

He said: “I think it will be harder for us to go on winning runs like we did last year, but we’re still capable of doing it. That’s what we’ve got to aspire to go and do.

“I think any time you can put together consecutive wins, it does really well for you. There’s no doubt with that.

“I know everyone panics when we draw games, but actually there are some great draws in there, and a lot of teams would swap places with us.

“We’ve made good progress. We’ve learned some things along the way. We know that there are some monster challenges ahead, and a third of the season’s gone, but two-thirds still remain, and that’s a lot of football to be played.

“I think we’ve shown an ability to adapt to different scenarios and situations, and that is the pattern of the season.

Cambridge United Head Coach Mark Bonner. Picture: Keith Heppell.
Cambridge United Head Coach Mark Bonner. Picture: Keith Heppell.

“I’m sure it will play out similarly throughout the next 30 games, but we’ll just have to keep being the same flexible team and group of people that we are, and deal with all the challenges that we get.

“When the squad gets stretched, and we have difficult days and periods, all of those things will come along, but we have to keep trying to find a way around them, and we’ve done that well so far.”

Morecambe are languishing close to the relegation places with just four wins all season and Bonner is looking to add to the points total.

He added: “Every time we get a point and someone doesn’t, that’s progress as well.”



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