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Last Updated: Thursday, 26 February, 2004, 13:32 GMT
Curle relishes tough month
Mansfield boss Keith Curle
Curle is up for the challenge in March
Mansfield boss Keith Curle says the Stags' make-or-break month of March is one to look forward to.

They face promotion rivals Torquay, Hull, Oxford, Lincoln, Yeovil and Swansea in games that will have a big bearing on Mansfield's top-seven hopes.

"It's a tough month and this is definitely the time to earn our money, manager and players," said Curle.

"We must go into the month of March with no fear. We have a platform to perform on."

"These are the games you want to play in and be involved in.

"It's not like we're up against any unknown entities. We have played all these teams before, had a good look at them, and seen nothing to be frightened of."

"On our day we will give any of them a game," Curle told the Mansfield Chad.

Meanwhile, Stags midfielder Neil Mackenzie has undergone an operation to repair knee cartilage damage.

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