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Columbus Crew boss Warzycha not looking for change

Defending champions Columbus Crew have not had the best start to their 2009 season.

With only one win from nine games head coach Robert Warzycha is still not looking to press the panic button.

"It would be a different story if we didn't play well and tied the games or lose a game," Warzycha said.

"Everybody sees we are playing good soccer and at some point we are going to have to score more goals or we'll have to bring in somebody who can score goals. We have the players who can score the goals but scoring one goal a game proves to us we can't win.

"Last game at home (against Kansas City) we scored three goals at home for the first time. I don't feel we have to switch formations or personnel right now. We have every tool on the field but we have to score more goals on a consistent basis."

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