Record run is no fluke, says Notts County boss Keith Curle
NOTTS County's record unbeaten away run is no fluke, says boss Keith Curle.
The Magpies go to Yeovil Town in League One tomorrow undefeated in 20 games on the road – and proud Curle says it is all down the club's meticulous preparation for every game, with him, his coaches and scouts leaving no stone unturned.
"We're enjoying it, we're enjoying the record. We're very pleased with it and long may it continue," said Curle.
"It's something we're very proud of and a lot of people deserve a lot of credit for it – the coaches, scouts and players, not just from this season, but also those from last season who played their part.
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"It's not happened by luck, it's because of detailed planning and preparation and then application from the players.
"We get good information on the teams we face from our scouts.
"We have a good process in place whereby the information is filtered in the right way and given out to the players so they get clear instructions."
Notts will be expected to extend it to 21 games at Huish Park because mid-table Yeovil have lost five league games on home soil this season.
The Magpies will travel down there today and Curle has their final preparations all planned in minute detail.
"We will train when we get down there, we're staying in a good hotel, the meal times have been sorted out by the nutritionist and we'll have a couple of meetings," he said.
"We will do more video analysis as well, so we use the time we're away very well. We're not going for a weekend away.
"Attention to detail is so important because there are three points at stake."