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SWALLOWS NEWS
No Drastic Changes - Hunt 10/09/04
Moroka Swallows coach Gavin Hunt revealed he will not be making any drastic changes ahead of the Beautiful Birds' clash with Dynamos on Sunday.

This comes following their 1-0 loss to Cape side Engen Santos on Wednesday night.

"Despite Wednesday's result be a huge disappointment, there will be no drastic changes. I will always select the best team," said Hunt on the club's official website.

"I don't want to harp on Wednesday's match, we must move on. The Dynamos fixture is a very important game. We must get back on track."

Hunt conceded that he is fortunate enough to have a full-strength squad ahead of the match and is most likely to make only one or two changes.

"I am a great believer in continuity. Although there will be one or two changes, it will be minimal," he said.

"Wholesale changes won't help the team. The players must work hard and stick to the pattern of play and we must keep the shape of the side."

Swallows will enjoy the advantage of playing at home and will be looking to put in a good performance to ensure they secure the three points, which could see them move up to second in the Castle Premiership.

"We are positive and the spirit in the camp is good, the players are looking forward to the match and we hoping for a positive result."

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