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Boro must work hard; NON-LEAGUE NEWS.

MICKY Moore believes there is only way to halt Solihull Borough's slide - and that's to work harder.

The exit of key players like Rory May and Niki Preston have hardly helped Boro but manager Moore says his biggest worry is that losing has become a habit.

Since the turn of the year, they have won only twice.

"I suppose we suffering a little bit from the West Ham Syndrome," said Moore.

"We've forgotten how to win a game.

"But the only way to get out of a rut is to work hard on the training ground. That's what we are doing."

Boro's chances of bouncing back against Barton Rovers today have hardly been helped after Jamie Petty, Jerome Grandison, Phil Rowe and Aaron Farrell all picked up injuries in last week's defeat to Sutton.
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Date:Mar 10, 2007
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