Date:Thursday October 20 2005
Midfielder Greg Halford is hopeful that the away form can be continued when Colchester visit Tranmere.
'We've got Tranmere away at the weekend and we're looking forward to it,' Greg told his Icons.com website.
'They've been poor at home and we've been great away, so we'll be disappointed not get something out of the game. Everyone's confident at the club and I still maintain that, given a good run of form, we can work our way up the table.'
'I've got to take my hat off to our travelling support. It really affects you when you can hear your fans singing through the game. It spurs you on and gives you a great lift, so thanks to everyone who came up for the match!'
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