Published: 00:00, 16 February 2017 |
Updated: 10:15, 16 February 2017
We’re in the title mix now, says Dartford’s happy boss Tony Burman.
His team have six straight wins in National League South and are just one point off the top.
Maidenhead continued their run of inconsistency at the weekend – losing top spot after defeat to Hemel Hempstead – leaving the door wide open for both Ebbsfleet and the Darts to join the title race.
Dartford boss Tony Burman said: “We have ticked along nicely and got ourselves into a decent position. I am delighted for them because they deserve to be where they are.
“I am pleased with the way we have been performing and the results we have got.
“It has opened up. When Maidenhead beat us, they were something like 11 points in front of us but football does change. There are still 14-15 games to go and will be more twists and turns.
“Maidenhead have a game in hand but at the same time, the gap has got smaller and we all have a chance. We have a chance as much as everyone else.
“I like where we are and who knows what might happen?”
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