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Dartford boss Tony Burman wants supporters to be noisy when Macclesfield Town visit Princes Park in Skrill Premier

27 March 2014
by Steve Tervet

Tony Burman has urged Dartford supporters to crank up the volume inside Princes Park for Saturday’s crucial home game against Macclesfield.

Dartford boss Tony Burman Picture Keith Gillard

Dartford boss Tony Burman Picture: Keith Gillard

Four of the Darts’ next five games are at home and Burman knows his side’s form on their own patch could be the difference between staying in Skrill Premier and getting relegated.

He said: "The supporters have been excellent but we need the noise levels to go up a gear and we all need to help each other.

"Their issues and opinions have got to go on the back-burner and they’ve got to give the team as much support as they can for 90 minutes.

"They have been doing that, I can’t fault the way they’ve supported us and we’ve got to excite them on the field as well.

"The supporters can see the work-rate and the team has changed things around since the turn of the year."

Dartford are five points from safety but with games in hand on the teams immediately above them.

Centre-back Kenny Clark returns to the squad after recovering from concussion.

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