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24th December 2002 10:33

Updated 08.28am, 24.12.02
BBC Nottingham online
The Mansfield Town player-manager Keith Curle says a "return to basics" has been responsible for the clubs upturn in form and fortune since he took over. Curle's only taken charge of two league games since replacing Stuart Watkiss, and the Stags have taken six points out of six, as well as keeping two clean sheets. The run has taken them to within 2 points of safety at the foot of the second division table, but Curle insists he hasn't waved a magic wand over Field Mill.

Updated 08.35am, 23.12.02
BBC Nottingham online
Mansfield Town's player-manager Keith Curle has admitted he has his eyes set on two more players to bring to Field Mill. Curle made Tom Cutis his first permanent signing on Friday since his appointment. Meanwhile there's a couple of changes to forthcoming Stags fixtures. The game at Saltergate against Chesterfield on the 18th of January will now kick off at 11am, after a request from Police. While the match against Wigan, originally scheduled for January 4th, will take place on Tuesday January 28th at 7.45pm.


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