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FC Isle of Man - 'No concerns' over recent defeats, says Jones

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Interim manager says player commitment in training is 'exceptional'

FC Isle of Man's interim manager says he has no concerns over the team's poor results.

Since the turn of the year the Ravens have suffered back-to-back home defeats, to Burscough and Kendal Town, at The Bowl.

The Manx side currently sit 17th in the NWCFL Premier Division, with 26 points, currently eight points clear of the relegation zone.

Their league game this weekend away at Longridge Town has been postponed due to a waterlogged pitch.

It means their next match is against league leaders Vauxhall Motors at home on Saturday, 21 January.

Paul Jones says the response from his players to the recent losses in training has been 'exceptional'

He explains some of the work they've been doing this week in their quest to get back to winning ways:

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