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Cowdenbeath match preview

13th January 2012

JIMMY BOYLE says Airdrie are treating their final 16 league games as the start of a new campaign.

The Diamonds are in fourth place on goal difference and travel to top of the table Cowdenbeath tomorrow.

Boyle said: "It's a new season for us, starting now. The last two wins have been excellent and we want to push on.

"Cowdenbeath deserve to be at the top of the table but we feel we can beat them if we play the way we know we can.

"They are a team that works hard together and their manager, Colin Cameron, will not want us to gaining any more points on them."

Boyle was sad to see Northern Irish goalie Paul McKane leave the club but hopes to bring in new players this month.

"Paul got a bad injury to his knee and it looks like it will take him out for the rest of the season," the manager added.

"With his family being in Ireland, we asked if he wanted to come to an arrangement regarding his contract, and he agreed to that.

"We will be trying to strengthen the squad defensively this month and perhaps look at bringing in a right-back.

"We're always looking to improve what we have and we'll see what is out there."

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