Tony Burman refusing to take Blue Square Bet Premier safety for granted despite Dartford's impressive debut season
Dartford manager Tony Burman is anxious for his side to stay
clear of relegation trouble at the end of their first season in
Blue Square Bet Premier.
A run to the FA Trophy semi-finals and high-profile wins against
former Football League clubs have thrust the Darts into the
headlines over the last seven months.
But safety in the top-flight of non-league football remains the
ultimate goal for Burman, pictured, who is determined this
memorable campaign should not peter out.
He said: "We’ve got to be positive. and want to get as many
points as we can.
"We’re looking above us. You can look over your shoulder but I
don’t want to be dragged into anything in the last five games.
"The players have put in a lot of effort this season and I don’t
want that to fall by the wayside."
The Darts play in front of the live television cameras for the
second time this season when title-chasing Wrexham visit Princes
Park on Friday.
Lee Noble completes his four-game suspension this week and will
miss the Wrexham game but should return on Tuesday for the visit of