Curle hails County's away feat

Notts County boss Keith Curle feels his players are not getting the credit they deserve for their record-breaking away run.

Last Updated: 15/11/12 at 16:19

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Curle's side travel to Scunthorpe on Saturday looking to stretch their sequence of league games on the road without defeat to 18.

"I think it's a fantastic feat," said Curle. "There has been a lot of commitment, application and desire shown by the players. We go into games with the attitude that we're not going to get beaten."

County last lost an away league fixture at Hartlepool on February 18, a few days before Curle took charge.

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