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I asked Lee for his views on Tuesday night's draw away at Burgess Hill;

'I thought we started the match well, I went with another center midfielder in the line up with Theo playing higher up the pitch off of Jason Prior just to keep us a bit more solid away from home, Burgess hill have lost one in nine when we went there at home, obviously a decent home record, and off of the back of a poor result, i just wanted us to be solid again, and it worked well, Theo got his goal early and we got our noses in front, then we conceded two poor goals really. After half time we bought Pato on, I thought we were a lot more positive and commanded the game, we got back in front and looked like we had the 3 points in the bag, and then we concede from a long throw in on 94 minutes. it was absolutely gutting, but sometimes that happens in football.'

'On Saturday we have Harlow at home, they are a big strong team, a lot of their players are 6ft plus, they have speed as well and can make life awkward for us, but their away record has not been fantastic this year and they will be looking to change that as soon as possible. It will be a good test for us, probably the biggest team we'll come up against this season. we are sitting second in the league, leagues arn't won at this time in the season but it does give you a good idea of how things are going, we have performed well this season and need to keep up the intensity and consistency, we have some important games coming up, we need to get the supporters behind us , keep pushing on and keep picking up points. at this moment in time I'm really positive and there is a real 'feel good factor' within the club'

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