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New Didcot Town manager Dave Mudge wants improvements

Didcot Town

New Didcot Town manager Dave Mudge has told his players to up their game.

The former Windsor & Eaton boss has replaced Francis Vines, who resigned at Loop Meadow after admitting he did not have the network to recruit players.

Mudge told BBC Oxford: "It's about people who want to play for Didcot Town.

"If they are not prepared to step up to the plate and work hard on behalf of Didcot Town FC then they won't be there. It's as simple as that."

Mudge believes fresh faces are needed and is aware they need to arrest the Railwaymen's poor run of form.

He said: "It's a difficult job as they haven't got off to the best of starts. The immediate job for us is turn it around, get some points on the board and get up the table.

"I know Francis and he is a lovely fellow. Maybe the players who are there just need a fresh bit of impetus to get them going."

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